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Mori Point Restoration and Trail Plan

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The National Park Service has completed the environmental review process for the Mori Point Restoration and Trail Plan in Pacifica, CA. An environmental assessment (EA) was completed and distributed for public review in February 2006. Through environmental analysis and interagency review, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area has determined that the selected alternative will not significantly affect the environment and has issued a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for the project.

The FONSI describes the rationale for the decision and conservation measures that will be implemented to avoid, minimize, and mitigate impacts. An Errata to the EA was also completed; the corrections in the Errata do not change the project activities or increase the degree of impact described in the EA. The FONSI, the EA and Errata comprise the complete environmental impact analysis for this project.

The project will protect and enhance habitat for the federally endangered San Francisco garter snake and the federally threatened California red-legged frog; preserve and restore the ecological integrity of Mori Point habitats by reducing threats to native plant communities and natural processes; and develop a safe and sustainable trail system, incorporating the California Coastal Trail, that improves recreational experiences and reduces impacts to park resources.

Contact Information

Steve Ortega 415-561-2841