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The NPS and California Department of Parks and Recreation (CDPR) have completed the planning process to continue restoration efforts in the Greater Prairie Creek (GPC) watershed in Redwood National and State Parks. The purpose of the project is to rehabilitate the GPC watershed and restore ecosystem processes that have been damaged by prior land use.

* indicates the current step in the planning process
Step 1. Conduct external scoping
Step 2. Refine alternatives
Step 3. Identify environmental impacts and select preferred alternative
Step 4. Prepare draft plan/environmental document
Step 5. Public review of draft plan/environmental document
Step 6. Analysis of public comment
Step 7. Prepare final plan/decision document
Step 8. Release final plan/decision document to the public *

  The NPS and CDPR have prepared a joint initial study/environmental assessment (IS/EA) to fulfill the requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The NPS has issued a FONSI and DNI. CDPR has issued a Notice of Determination (NOD).