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									                                                                                                           OUT        MEASURES OF
NUMBER                   PLANNED ACTION                     2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS      SUCCESS                      BO T&C

                                                   APPENDIX A

                                   PLANNED ACTIONS AND TIMELINE




NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                    2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 OUT YEAR   SUCCESS CRITERIA             BO T&C
                In collaboration with Camp Pendleton
                land users, federal, state, tribal, local
                governments,            nongovernmental
                organizations, private organizations, and
                the public, develop a shared vision of                                                                Develop a shared vision of
                what constitutes desirable future                                                                     desired ecosystem
   1     HPPA   ecosystem conditions.                                     X                                           conditions by 2003.
                In collaboration with Camp Pendleton
                land users, federal, state, tribal, local
                governments,            nongovernmental
                organizations, private organizations, and
                the public, develop a shared vision of
                what constitutes desirable future                                                                     Develop a shared vision of
                watershed conditions for the Santa                                                                    desired Santa Margarita
                Margarita River and the San Mateo                                                                     watershed conditions by
   2     HPPA   Creek.                                                    X                                           2003.

                                                                                                                      Have developed and begun
                Develop and implement a formal lessons                                                                implementation of lessons
   3     HPPA   learned protocol.                                  X                                                  learned protocol by 2002.
                                                                                                                      Have obtained and
                Obtain available vegetation data for                                                                  incorporated into GIS
                areas that are surrounding and adjacent                                                               vegetation data for region
                to Camp Pendleton and enter it into a                                                                 surrounding Camp
   4     HPPA   GIS database.                                      X                                                  Pendleton by 2002.




                                                                                                                                                            A-1
                                                                                                             OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                      2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS                       BO T&C
                Assess the feasibility and desirability of
                conducting off-Base surveys of selected                                                              Have assessed the
                habitat types to contribute to the regional                                                          feasibility/desirability of
                understanding of Camp Pendleton‟s                                                                    conducting off-Base
                contribution to their conservation and                                                               surveys of selected habitat
   5     HPPA   recovery.                                                   X                                        types by 2003.
                Sponsor/support scientific research in
                support of regional understanding and                                                                Continue to evaluate and
                Base management goals on Camp                                                                        sponsor qualified research
   6     HPPA   Pendleton by qualified personnel.             X      X      X      X      X      X      X            programs on Base.
                                                                                                                     Have developed a decision
                Develop a decision support framework                                                                 support framework by
   7     HPPA   for performing ecosystem management.                 X                                               2002.
                Maintain a regional planning database
                and perspective on regional plans,
                habitat conservation plans, and other                                                                Regional planning
                initiatives in the Riverside, Orange and                                                             database is maintained and
   8     HPPA   San Diego County Area.                        X      X      X      X      X      X      X            updated regularly.
                Ensure that all GIS layers from surveys
                conducted on Camp Pendleton are in a                                                                 All GIS layers from surveys
                format that meets specified in-house                                                                 have complied with in-
   9     HPPA   criteria (Appendix I).                        X      X      X      X      X      X      X            house data criteria.
                                                                                                                     Aerial photography
                Conduct     high  resolution aerial                                                                  conducted of riparian and
                photography of the riparian and                                                                      estuarine habitats at
                estuarine areas on Camp Pendleton                                                                    specified frequency and
  10     HPPA   every two years.                                     X             X             X                   with specified criteria.    X

                Conduct high resolution ortho rectified                                                              Ortho rectified photography
                photography of the entire Base every                                                                 conducted of entire Base at
  11     HPPA   five years.                                                 X                                        specified frequency.
                                                                                                                     Aerial photography
                Conduct     high    resolution    aerial                                                             conducted of upland
                photography of upland habitats on Camp                                                               habitats at specified
                Pendleton at the frequency required                                                                  frequency and with
  12     HPPA   under the Upland Biological Opinion.                 X             X                                 specified criteria.
                                                                                                                     Have conducted plant
                                                                                                                     community distribution and
                                                                                                                     age class surveys,
                                                                                                                     including an evaluation of
                Track plant community distribution,                                                                  changes in habitat function
                habitat function, value, and vegetation                                                              and value, at specified
  13     HPPA   age classes.                                  X      X      X      X      X      X      X            frequency.                  X




                                                                                                                                                            A-2
                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                   PLANNED ACTION                      2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS                   BO T&C
                                                                                                                    Have completed wetlands
                                                                                                                    mapping of selected areas
                Continue to develop a GIS wetlands                                                                  on annual basis, to
                mapping coverage for Camp Pendleton                                                                 complete basewide
                that supports proactive planning and                                                                coverage at desired
  14     HPPA   avoidance of impacts.                        X      X      X      X      X      X      X            intervals.
                                                                                                                    Have completed vernal
                                                                                                                    pool mapping of selected
                Maintain high quality and up to date GIS                                                            areas on annual basis, to
                mapping of vernal pools on Camp                                                                     complete basewide
                Pendleton that supports proactive                                                                   coverage at desired
  15     HPPA   planning and avoidance of impacts.           X      X      X      X      X      X      X            intervals.
                Initiate floodplain delineations and
                watershed analyses basewide. Through
                appropriate hydrographic modeling,
                determine the various flood event levels
  16     OPA    for selected areas on Base.
                Assess the feasibility and desirability to
                conduct off-Base surveys of selected
                species and habitat types, water quality
                monitoring, and hydrographical surveys
                to contribute to the understanding of
                Camp Pendleton‟s regional contribution
  17     HPPA   to their conservation and recovery.                        X
                Establish a photographic archive of each
                vernal pool group to help monitor
  18     OPA    changes over time.

                Update basewide vegetation mapping of
                Camp Pendleton every four to five years.
  19     OPA    As needed, perform minor updates.
                Coordinate the acquisition of aerial
  20     OPA    photographs of watersheds.
                Ensure that all federal threatened and
                endangered species known to occur on
                Base are monitored in accordance with
                USFWS Biological Opinions. (See
                Threatened and Endangered Species
                Management, High Priority Planned
  21     HPPA   Action numbers 125 through 137)              X      X      X      X      X      X      X




                                                                                                                                                       A-3
                                                                                                             OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                      2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Use     the    Environmental Incident
                Reporting System (EIRS ) to collect,
                maintain, and report information about
                environmental incidents that occur on
  22     HPPA   Camp Pendleton .                              X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Annually survey for the southern
                steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss ). As
                needed conduct genetic tests on a
  23     HPPA   representative sample.                        X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Continue to implement the monitoring
                program that tracks compliance with the
                levels of take, and the measures and
                terms and conditions of the Incidental
                Take Section of the Riparian Biological
  24     HPPA   Opinion.                                      X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Establish an Incidental Take Database
                that will catalog incidental takes on the
  25     HPPA   Air Station.                                  X
                Contribute to the regional understanding
                of Camp Pendleton‟s contribution to the
                conservation and recovery of federally
                listed species by assessing the feasibility
                and desirability of conducting off-Base
  26     HPPA   surveys.                                                    X
                Collect survey data on isolated
                ephemeral       wetland      invertebrates,
                including the endangered San Diego
                fairy        shrimp        (Branchinecta
                sandiegoensis ) and the Riverside fairy
                shrimp (Streptocephalus woottoni ) at
                levels and intervals to be determined in
                the Uplands Biological Opinion issued
  27     HPPA   by the USFWS.                                               X                    X
                Continue to survey for California red-
  28     OPA    legged frog.
                Survey for the quino checkerspot
                butterfly as required by QCB survey
  29     OPA    protocol.
                Facilitate annual light-footed clapper rail
  30     OPA    surveys on Base.                                                                                                   X




                                                                                                                                            A-4
                                                                                                             OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                      2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Develop a standardized, regionally
                coordinated system for recording and
                mapping         significant      resource
                observations (plants, wildlife, erosion,
  31     HPPA   damage, etc.).                                       X
                Assess the feasibility and desirability to
                conduct off-Base surveys to contribute to
                the understanding of Camp Pendleton‟s
                regional contribution to the conservation
                and recovery of candidate, rare, and
  32     HPPA   sensitive species.                                          X
                Develop an inventory program for
                wildlife species of regional concern with
                a specific focus on those species on the
                Base likely to become proposed for
                federal listing as threatened or
  33     OPA    endangered in the near future.
                Survey for rare plant species to facilitate
  34     OPA    management planning.
                Continue to evaluate the status of raptor
                populations and reproduction on Camp
  35     OPA    Pendleton.
                Establish a wildlife population trend
                monitoring program for existing native
                sensitive and nongame fish and wildlife
                species as a component of long term
  36     OPA    ecological trend monitoring.
                Participate in Annual Christmas Bird
                Count on the Air Station levee to
                compile a censes of what birds are
  37     HPPA   winter residents on the Air Station.          X
                Obtain Audubon Society bird data
  38     HPPA   collected on Camp Pendleton.                                X
                Conduct Spring Bird Count on the Air
                Station to provide a comprehensive
                record on the numbers of birds at the
  39     HPPA   Station during the spring.                    X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Map the spread of exotic plants and
                successful removal by control programs,
  40     HPPA   including regional data when possible.        X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X
                Document observations of all exotic
                competitors/predators found on Base
  41     OPA    during survey efforts.                                                                                             X




                                                                                                                                            A-5
                                                                                                              OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                       2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Develop GIS layers of comparable
                datasets that allow for spatial and
                temporal      change       detection     in
                populations of selected species and
  42     HPPA   sensitive habitat types.                       X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Continue to monitor tide levels and
                water quality in the Santa Margarita
                River; evaluate potential changes to the
                estuarine ecosystem as a result of
                ongoing watershed actions and projects
                and document the periods when the
                other coastal lagoons are subject to tidal
  43     HPPA   influence.                                     X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X
                Continue groundwater monitoring in all
                drainages where          groundwater      is
                extracted to determine and manage the
  44     HPPA   potential effect on listed species habitat.    X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X
                Monitor stream water quality, flood
  45     HPPA   regimes, and storm event frequency.            X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X
                Evaluate the feasibility of adding
                portions of tracking systems (RIFMAS,
                ETRACS, etc) that records the level of
                ongoing programmatic activities and
                document trends in the frequency,
                magnitude, and extent of these activities
  46     HPPA   to Natural Resources GIS layers.                                    X                                               X
                Develop and implement a Photo
                Transects Program to document and
                track changes in targeted areas around
  47     HPPA   the Air Station.                               X
                Develop and begin implementation of a
                formal monitoring plan for the Air
  48     HPPA   Station.                                              X
                Develop and begin implementation of a
                long term ecological monitoring
  49     HPPA   program on the Air Station.                           X
                Conduct annual monitoring of Long
                Term Ecological Trend Monitoring
  50     OPA    plots.
                Establish a digital and georeferenced
                photographic archive in GIS of each
                vernal pool group to help monitor
  51     OPA    changes over time.




                                                                                                                                             A-6
                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                     2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Digitize at high resolution historical and
                ongoing aerial photos of the Base and
                provide archival storage protection for
  52     HPPA   the original prints.                                X
                Ensure that all natural resource staff
                responsible for wetland conservation
                have obtained wetlands regulatory and
                policy training and formal delineation
                training and that at least one staff
                member has received this training at all
  53     HPPA   times.                                              X
                Comply with Section 404 Clean Water
                Act permits issued by the ACOE to (1)
                ensure compliance with permits issued
                for DoD actions on the Base; and (2) to
                monitor the execution of special
                conditions of permits issued to non-DoD
  54     HPPA   agency proposed actions.                     X      X      X      X      X      X
                Continue Base GIS wetlands mapping
                for Camp Pendleton in support of
                proactive      planning     and     impact
  55     HPPA   avoidance.                                   X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Continue for two more years the study of
                the effects of the absence of effluent
  56     HPPA   release into the Santa Margarita River.             X      X
                Develop an assessment of and apply for
                a programmatic general permit for
                maintenance of diversion facilities, road
                crossings, culverts, and bridges through
  57     HPPA   wetlands and flood prevention actions.                            X
                Identify candidate sites for future
                wetland mitigation to compensate for
                unavoidable wetland value losses (and
                include in future master planning
  58     OPA    documents).
                During project and NEPA review, ensure
                that direct or indirect adverse impacts to
                floodplains are avoided or minimized
  59     HPPA   when possible.                               X      X      X      X      X      X      X

                Upon receipt from the USFWS, develop
                and implement the required elements of
  60     HPPA   the Upland Biological Opinion.                      X




                                                                                                                                           A-7
                                                                                                               OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                        2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Use various media to create and
                maintain awareness of Base personnel,
                general public, and lease and easement
                holders of the sensitivity, values, and
                obligations regarding the conservation of
                vernal pools and their watersheds. This
                may include presentations, briefs,
                newspaper articles, special messages,
                informational brochure, and interpretive
  61     HPPA   signs.                                          X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Ensure that the Range and Training
                Regulations (Base Order P3500.1_),
                when revised, contains information and
                programmatic instructions to minimize
                damage to vernal pools by units training
  62     HPPA   on the Base.                                                  X             X
                Replace deteriorated field markers,
                signs, or fencing around vernal pool
                groups with a higher susceptibility for
                damage to prevent accidental and/or
  63     HPPA   unintentional damage every other year.                 X             X
                Place new field markers, signs, or
                fencing around vernal pool groups with a
                high susceptibility for damage to prevent
  64     HPPA   accidental and/or unintentional damage.         X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Work continuously with project and
                activity planners to avoid or minimize
                impacts to vernal pools early in the
  65     HPPA   planning process.                               X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Design and develop a permanent vernal
                pool public education and interpretive
  66     HPPA   display for public education on Base.                         X
                Identify potential impacts that lessee and
                right-of-way holder activities could have
  67     OPA    to vernal pools and other resources.        .
                Map other IEWs, and fully map
  68     OPA    watersheds of vernal pools and IEWs.
                Monitor the effects of sedimentation in
                the SMR Estuary and coastal lagoons
                that are subject to upstream disturbance
                from       programmatic,       construction
  69     HPPA   activities and off Base activities.             X      X      X      X      X      X      X




                                                                                                                                              A-8
                                                                                                             OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                      2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Continue to implement programmatic
                instructions for activities in and adjacent
  70     HPPA   to riparian and estuarine/beach habitats.     X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X
                Obtain concurrence from the USFWS
                that impacts are adequately offset by the
                Estuarine/Beach                  Ecosystem
                Conservation Plan for any activity not
                specifically      addressed       in    the
                programmatic instructions of the plan or
                otherwise covered in the Riparian and
  71     HPPA   Estuarine/Beach Biological Opinion.           X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X
                Rehabilitate     estuarine/beach      areas
                temporarily disturbed due to nonroutine
                maintenance and construction activities
  72     HPPA   to original or better condition.              X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X
                Develop a habitat enhancement plan for
  73     HPPA   the San Onofre estuary.                                     X
  74     OPA    Restore and enhance coastal dunes.

  75     OPA    Reduce encroaching bluff erosion.
                Develop specific habitat enhancement
                plans for estuaries other than the San
  76     OPA    Onofre Estuary.
                Develop and implement mitigation
                measures for future proposed training
                and maintenance actions (that are not
                addressed in the Riparian and
                Estuarine/Beach BO) that may affect
  77     HPPA   listed species or riparian habitat.           X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X
                Implement an effective dust control
                program to help minimize fugitive dust
  78     OPA    and sedimentation problems.                                                                                        X
                Reduce or eradicate exotic vegetation
                from riparian areas and temporarily
                disturbed sites on Camp Pendleton in
                accordance with the Riparian and
  79     HPPA   Estuarine/Beach Biological Opinion.           X      X      X      X      X      X
                Provide focused training to the natural
                resources staff member responsible for
  80     HPPA   wildlife management.                          X      X      X      X      X      X      X




                                                                                                                                            A-9
                                                                                                             OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                      2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Identify controlled burn or other brush
                management areas that will be valuable
                for maintaining or enhancing mosaic and
                diversity of vegetative age classes and
                enhance wildlife diversity. This will
                compliment the Camp Pendleton
  81     HPPA   Wildland Fire Management Plans.                                    X
                Maintain the Base‟s Special Purpose
                Migratory Bird Permit to move and
                relocate birds for the purposes of
                transporting to a wildlife care facility,
                accommodate         mission        critical
                requirements, or otherwise care for the
                safety of migratory birds, their young,
  82     HPPA   eggs, or nests.                               X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Develop contractual and work order
                language for contracts and work orders
                relating to construction, reconstruction,
                and maintenance projects on the Base to
                minimize loss of bird nests and costly
  83     HPPA   delays due to MBTA prohibitions.                     X
                Develop protocols, including tracking
                and reporting, for responding to injured
                or nuisance birds including active bird
  84     HPPA   nests (with or without eggs or chicks).              X
                Establish guidelines for installation of
                exclusion devices in areas where bird
  85     HPPA   access or nesting cause problems.                           X
                Protect habitat in accordance with DoD
                and Partners in Flight program by
  86     OPA    monitoring.
                Continue MAPS stations. Study the use
                of certain habitats by neotropical
                migratory birds in conjunction with the
  87     OPA    DoD Partners in Flight program.
                Participate in Annual Christmas Bird
                Counts on the levee to provide data on
                what birds are resident during the winter
  88     OPA    period on the Air Station.
                Annually conduct and track animal
                damage control, predator management,
  89     HPPA   and cowbird control activities on Base.       X      X      X      X      X      X      X




                                                                                                                                            A - 10
                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                     PLANNED ACTION                    2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Maintain a contract with wildlife
                rehabilitation centers for placement of
  90     HPPA   injured or abandoned wildlife.               X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Re-publish       standard       operating
                procedures for responding to and
                handling injured, dead, nuisance, or
  91     HPPA   otherwise encountered wildlife.                                   X
                Publicize the problems with feeding wild
                animals and actively discourage this
  92     HPPA   activity.                                                         X
                Re-publish procedures for handling road
                killed/injured deer and other larger
  93     OPA    animals .
                Establish informational/warning signs in
                areas with a history of human/animal
  94     OPA    conflicts.

                Complete development of MCAS Bird
  95     HPPA   Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH) program.       X
                Complete assessment of bird roosting
  96     HPPA   sites on and adjacent to the Air Station.           X
                Complete “bird-proofing” of the Air
  97     HPPA   Station hangars.                                           X
                Collect data on the seasonality (e.g.,
                flocking behavior) and observations of
                corvids, passerines, and other potential
                BASH species; coordinate observation
                efforts with Air Traffic Control
                personnel, pilots, safety personnel and
  98     HPPA   ground crew.                                 X
                Evaluate      the     advantages       and
                disadvantages of owls inhabiting
  99     OPA    hangers.
                Evaluate methods of species control for
                BASH program (e.g., use of falconry,
  100    OPA    trained dogs, etc.).
                Submit Pest Management Plan to AC/S
                Environmental Security natural resource
                managers for review by hazardous waste
  101    HPPA   and natural resource managers.
                Support AC/S Facilities development          X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                and maintenance of the Base‟s Pesticide
                Management Plan on an annual basis by
                providing environmental review of
  102    HPPA   plans.                                       X      X      X      X      X      X      X



                                                                                                                                           A - 11
                                                                                                              OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                     PLANNED ACTION                      2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Review Pest Management Plan annually
                to     ensure     that   proposed       pest
                management         actions     will      not
                detrimentally impact natural resource
                management and species recovery
  103    HPPA   programs.                                      X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Ensure that at least one member of the
                Resource Management Division staff is
                current on behavior, current distribution
                and control techniques for managing
  104    HPPA   Africanized honey bees.                        X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Maintain       informational      materials
  105    HPPA   regarding Africanized honeybees.               X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Maintain an Africanized Honeybee
  106    HPPA   Response Plan.                                 X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Develop a Fisheries Management Plan to
                address the adverse impacts to Camp
                Pendleton‟s fresh water lakes and ponds
                from siltation, stagnation, exotic species
  107    HPPA   and aquatic plants.                                                        X
                Conduct an annual fish and game survey
                to evaluate sustainable hunting and
  108    HPPA   fishing levels.                                X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Continue to collect and analyze data
                from harvested animals to support
                informed fish and game management
  109    HPPA   decisions.                                     X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Annually review the Base hunting
                program to ensure that it remains
                sustainable and compatible with wildlife
  110    HPPA   management goals.                              X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Evaluate the efficacy of maintaining
                artificial sources of water availability for
                wildlife (via use of guzzlers and small
  111    OPA    earthen dams).
                Assess the feasibility and desirability of
                expanding the hunting program to
                include additional or introduced species.
                If desirable and feasible, coordinate
                changes through normal Base staffing
                procedures and the Base NEPA
  112    OPA    processes.




                                                                                                                                             A - 12
                                                                                                           OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                   PLANNED ACTION                     2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C

                Publish in Base/Station Orders and other
                relevant documents measures necessary
                for compliance with the Riparian and
  113    HPPA   Estuarine/Beach Biological Opinion.         X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Publish in Base Orders and other
                relevant documents measures necessary
                for compliance with the, the Upland
                Biological Opinion when completed by
  114    HPPA   the USFWS.                                  X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Every six months, update the Base‟s
                Environmental Constraints Maps to
                include the most current species and
  115    HPPA   natural resource data.                      X      X      X      X      X      X




                Facilitate distribution of updated
                Environmental Constraints Maps to Base
  116    HPPA   users.                                             X      X      X      X      X      X
                Execute commitments, terms and
                conditions of all formal and informal
                consultation documents that apply on the
                Base to which the Marine Corps or
  117    HPPA   another DoD agency agreed.                  X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Where possible and reasonable, adopt
                the least damaging alternative of
                proposed activities that has potential to
                result in the permanent loss of riparian,
                estuarine/beach, and other listed species
                habitats. Use the Activity/Consultation
                Class System to determine the required
                level of consultation with the USFWS
  118    HPPA   for new projects.                           X      X      X      X      X      X      X




                                                                                                                                          A - 13
                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                     2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Continue to fence around the
                endangered least tern and snowy plover
                nesting areas in conformance with the
  119    HPPA   USFWS Biological Opinion.                    X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Use various media to create and
                maintain awareness of Base personnel,
                general public, and lease and easement
                holders of the sensitivity, values, and
                obligations regarding the conservation of
                federal threatened and endangered
                species and their habitat. This includes
                presentations, briefs, newspaper articles,
                special messages, and informational
  120    HPPA   brochures.                                   X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Train natural resources staff responsible
                for listed species management regarding
                species under their primary areas of
  121    HPPA   responsibility on a regular basis.           X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Where feasible, salvage federally listed
                and sensitive native plant species from
                new project construction sites for
                transplantation to suitable and more
  122    HPPA   protected locations.                         X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Review and modify avoidance and
                minimization measures as additional
                information or specific results are
  123    HPPA   obtained.                                    X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Erect signage on the Air Station to
                discourage unauthorized usage of
  124    HPPA   sensitive habitats.                          X
                Monitor annually the threatened western
                snowy plover (Charadrius alexandrinus
                nivosus ) population and locations,
                providing estimates of the number of
                breeding individuals, the reproductive
                success, distribution, abundance and
  125    HPPA   habitat.                                     X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Monitor annually the endangered
                California least tern (Sterna antillarum
                browni ) population, providing estimates
                of the number of breeding individuals
  126    HPPA   and the reproductive success.                X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X




                                                                                                                                           A - 14
                                                                                                              OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                       2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Monitor and document changes in the
                population and distribution of the
                threatened      California     gnatcatcher
                (Polioptila californica californica ) at
                intervals to be determined in the
                Uplands Biological Opinion issued by
  127    HPPA   the USFWS.                                  TBD
                Monitor and document changes in the
                population and distribution of the
                endangered Stephens‟ kangaroo rat
                (Dipodomys stephensi ) at intervals to be
                determined in the Uplands Biological
  128    HPPA   Opinion issued by the USFWS.                TBD
                Annually monitor the population and
                distribution of the endangered arroyo
  129    HPPA   toad (Bufo californicus ).                    X       X      X      X      X      X      X
                Periodically conduct arroyo toad surveys
  130    HPPA   of the Air Station.                           X       X      X      X      X      X      X
                Annually monitor the population levels
                and distributions of the endangered least
  131    HPPA   Bell‟s vireo (Vireo bellii pusillus ).        X       X      X      X      X      X      X
                Annually monitor the population levels
                and distributions of the endangered
                southwestern        willow       flycatcher
  132    HPPA   (Empidonas traillii extimus ).                X       X      X      X      X      X      X

                Monitor selected plots every other year
                for the endangered Pacific pocket mouse
                (Perognathus longimembris pacificus )
                population. Conduct comprehensive
                surveys for the endangered Pacific
                pocket mouse at intervals determined in
  133    HPPA   the Uplands Biological Opinion.                       X             X             X
                Annually monitor a portion of Base
                estuaries for the endangered tidewater
                goby       (Eucyclobius       newberryi )
                population ensuring that each estuary is
  134    HPPA   monitored at least every 3 years.           X         X      X      X      X      X      X
                Conduct surveys for the endangered San
                Diego       button-celery     (Eryngium
                aristulatum var. parishii ) at levels and
                intervals to be determined in the
                Uplands Biological Opinion issued by
  135    HPPA   the USFWS.                                TBD



                                                                                                                                             A - 15
                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                     2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Conduct surveys for the threatened
                spreading      navarretia    (Navarretia
                fossalis ) at levels and intervals to be
                determined in the Uplands Biological
  136    HPPA   Opinion issued by the USFWS.              TBD
                Conduct surveys for the thread-leaved
                brodiaea (Brodiaea filifolia ) at levels
                and intervals to be determined in the
                Uplands Biological Opinion issued by
  137    HPPA   the USFWS.                                TBD
                Incorporate project specific survey data
                for federally listed species into the GIS
  138    HPPA   species distribution database.              X       X      X      X      X      X      X
                Incorporate USGS fish survey data into
  139    HPPA   GIS species distribution database.
                Develop and annually maintain a                            X
                prioritized list of state listed plant
                species and species identified by the
                California Native Plant Society as rare
                or sensitive that occur on Camp
  140    HPPA   Pendleton.                                  X       X      X      X      X      X      X
                Develop a monitoring program for
                wildlife species of regional concern with
                a specific focus on those species likely
                to become proposed for listing as
                threatened or endangered in the near
  141    HPPA   future.                                             X
                Survey species on Base that have been
                proposed for Endangered Species Act
  144    OPA    listing by the USFWS.

                Complete measures to assess threats to
                the survival and recovery of the
                tidewater goby and arroyo toad on Base,
                including the severity of threats posed by
                green sunfish, bullfrog, steelhead trout
                and other likely predators/competitors
  145    HPPA   and hydro modification.                                                  X                                        X
                Establish test plots to understand best
                management practices for natural
                resource recovery after wildland fire
  146    HPPA   impacts.                                     X      X      X      X      X      X      X




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                                                                                                             OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                     PLANNED ACTION                     2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Conduct assessments of potential
                mitigation and management techniques
  147    HPPA   for listed species.                           X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Continue to study the effects of aircraft
  148    HPPA   noise on passerines.                                                             X

                Complete the Bird Aircraft Strike
  149    HPPA   Hazard (BASH) Plan for the Air Station.       X

                Implement the Bird Aircraft Strike
  150    HPPA   Hazard (BASH) Plan for the Air Station.              X
                Undertake measures to assess threats to
                the survival and recovery of the western
                snowy plover and California least tern,
                including the severity of threats posed by
  151    OPA    likely predators/competitors.
                Undertake measures to assess threats to
                the survival and recovery of the least
                Bell‟s vireo and southwestern willow
                flycatcher, including the severity of
                threats        posed       by        likely
  152    OPA    predators/competitors.
                Undertake measures to assess threats to
                the survival and recovery of the
                California gnatcatcher including the
                severity of threats posed by likely
  154    OPA    predators/competitors.
                If possible, implement the least
                damaging alternative in all activities and
                construction projects that may involve
                the permanent loss of federally listed
  155    HPPA   species habitat.                              X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X
                Where feasible and practical use native
                seed     stock    in    restoration     and
  156    HPPA   enhancement measures.                         X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Develop a Game Management Plan for
                nongame, small game, and upland game
                species (incorporating fisheries and deer
  157    HPPA   management plans).                                          X




                                                                                                                                            A - 17
                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                     2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Enhance and manage dunes within
                nesting areas. Maintain and improve the
                endangered least tern breeding habitat
                and evaluate the design and feasibility of
                sand augmentation to the island in the
  158    HPPA   Santa Margarita River.                       X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Mitigate all direct or indirect permanent
                impacts to federally listed species
                according to the measures and ratios
                determined in coordination with the
  159    HPPA   USFWS.                                       X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Conduct control measures on exotic,
                invasive species that have a potential
                direct or indirect adverse impact on
                federally listed species or their habitat
  160    HPPA   (see Exotics Invasive Species Control).      X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Continue predator control measures
                within the vicinity of snowy plover and
  161    HPPA   least tern nesting sites.                    X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X
                Annually maintain the endangered
                California least tern and threatened
  162    HPPA   western snowy plover nesting areas.          X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Ensure that secondary roads are
                maintained to the extent practical in
                order to avoid ponding of water on the
                road surface in and adjacent to potential
  163    HPPA   arroyo toad habitat.                         X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X
                Ensure that construction activities are
                within compliance with the terms and
                conditions for new construction sites in
                the Riparian and Estuarine/Beach
                Biological Opinion, the Uplands
                Biological Opinion, and other applicable
  164    HPPA   regulations and guidelines.                  X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Complete and evaluate results of the
                multi-year study of effects of least tern
                management on western snowy plovers.
                Make         adjustments       to      the
                Estuarine/Beach                 Ecosystem
  165    HPPA   Conservation Plan if necessary.                                          X
                Publish Base notices to Base personnel
                regarding sensitive species and restricted
  166    HPPA   areas along the coast.                       X      X      X      X      X      X      X




                                                                                                                                           A - 18
                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                     PLANNED ACTION                    2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Annually fence and post warning signs at
  167    HPPA   the least tern nesting colonies.             X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X
                Explore habitat enhancement techniques
                for Camp Pendleton estuaries and
                lagoons including: (a) deepening smaller
                estuarine lagoons and (b) controlling and
  168    HPPA   removing exotic plants and fish.             X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X
                Protect last known nesting location of
  169    HPPA   the light-footed clapper rail (SMR).         X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X
                Develop a research plan for the
                management and monitoring of exotic
  170    HPPA   plant species.                                             X
                Provide focused training for the natural
                resources staff member responsible for
  171    HPPA   exotic plant species control.                X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Continue exotic plant site identification,
                monitoring, and control efforts in upland
                habitats to ensure a low reintroduction
  172    HPPA   rate.                                        X      X      X      X      X      X      X

                Beginning in 2003, initiate control
  174    HPPA   efforts for fennel (Foeniculum vulgare ).                  X
                Aggressively control artichoke thistle
                (Cynara cardunculus ) in all known
  175    HPPA   locations of reinfestation on Base.          X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Discourage the use of invasive exotic
                plants listed by the Exotic Pest Plant
                Council and the California Native Plant
  176    HPPA   Society, for landscaping.                    X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Annually, review the Base‟s Exterior
                Architecture Plan to help ensure that the
                use of native plant species is maximized
  177    HPPA   in landscaping practices.                    X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Participate in regional forums and
                planning initiatives for the removal of
  178    HPPA   invasive, exotic species.                    X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Develop an Exotic/Invasive Species
  179    HPPA   Management Plan for the Air Station.                X
                Educate Base community members and
                visitors concerning the potential adverse
                impacts of exotic invasive species, to
                help prevent the introduction and spread
  180    HPPA   of these species.                            X      X      X      X      X      X      X




                                                                                                                                           A - 19
                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                   PLANNED ACTION                      2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Evaluate alternative tamarisk (Tamarix
                chinensis ) control methods than those
                described in the Riparian and
  181    OPA    Estuarine/Beach Biological Assessment.
                Annually monitor animal damage
                control, predator management, and
                cowbird control activities on Base. This
                inventory will include the species, both
                native and exotic, affected by these
                management activities. In addition, the
                location by drainage, the numbers
                trapped or dispatched or translocated
                will be noted. Exotics noted will include
                brown-headed cowbird, bullfrog, green
                sunfish,    bluegill,   mosquito     fish,
                largemouth and small mouth bass, and
                others as appropriate for purpose of
                adaptive management of riparian and
  182    HPPA   estuarine/beach ecosystems.                  X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X
                Provide focused training for the natural
                resources staff member responsible for
  183    HPPA   exotic animal species control.               X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Develop a Base Exotic/Invasive Species
                Management Plan for the Base that is
                consistent with the National Invasive
  184    HPPA   Species Management Plan (EO 13112).                        X

                Per the USFWS Riparian Biological
                Opinion, conduct brown-headed cowbird
                trapping to reduce nest parasitism from
                this exotic species and to help increase
                the reproductive success of three
  186    HPPA   endangered bird species.                     X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Complete measures to assess threats to
                the survival and recovery of avian
                species on Base, including the severity
                of     threats    posed     by     likely
  187    HPPA   predators/competitors.                                                          X
                Complete measures to assess threats to
                the survival and recovery of the pacific
                pocket mouse on Base, including the
                severity of threats posed by likely
  188    HPPA   predators/competitors.                                                          X




                                                                                                                                           A - 20
                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                     2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Complete measures to assess threats to
                the survival and recovery of the
                Stephens‟ kangaroo rat Base, including
                the severity of threats posed by likely
  189    HPPA   predators/competitors.                                                          X
                Exercise vigilance for the potential
                introduction of a new invasive, exotic
                species and, should such an introduction
                occur, pursue timely and aggressive
                control      measures       to     prevent
  190    HPPA   establishment on Base.                       X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Establish Camp Pendleton‟s carrying
                capacity for bison and develop a bison
  191    HPPA   management plan.
                Assess the feasibility of halting the
                introduction of mosquito fish into waters
  192    OPA    on Base for the control of mosquitoes.
                Continue to implement the plan for the
                control of exotic fish populations in
                selected areas of the Base to enhance
                populations of endangered fish and
  185    HPPA   amphibian species.                           X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Prepare Base Potable Water Capital
  197    HPPA   Improvements Plan annually.                  X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Implement a source-water protection
  198    HPPA   program.                                            X
                Develop      an    initial    source-water
                protection program with identified
  199    HPPA   staffing needs.                              X
  205    HPPA   Develop Permit 15000 and seek license.
                Develop       plans      to     Ooptimize
                development of San Mateo Basin.
                Submit specific projects through normal
                Base staffing procedures and the Base
                NEPA process for decision and
  206    HPPA   approval.                                                  X
                Develop plans to eEstablish operational
                link between North and South water
                systems. Submit specific projects
                through normal Base staffing procedures
                and the Base NEPA process for decision
  207    HPPA   and approval.




                                                                                                                                           A - 21
                                                                                                           OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                     PLANNED ACTION                   2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Settle litigation with Rancho California
                Water District to guarantee adequate
                quantity, quality, and variability of
  208    HPPA   stream flow in Santa Margarita River.       X
                Settle litigation with Fallbrook Public
                Utility District to optimize development
                of the Base‟s groundwater basins and
  209    HPPA   supersede 1968 MOA.                                X
                Develop plans to Eestablish operational
                connections of the North and South
                water systems to off-Base water with
                capacity to meet 100% of emergency
                requirements. Submit specific projects
                through normal Base staffing procedures
                and the Base NEPA process for decision
  210    HPPA   and approval.                                             X
                Execute renegotiated Four Party
                Agreement to maximize the benefits of
                live stream discharge of treated sewage
  211    HPPA   effluent.                                          X
                Beneficially reuse 70% of dry weather
                treated sewage effluent in the South
                water system. Submit specific projects
                through normal Base staffing procedures
                and the Base NEPA process for decision
  212    HPPA   and approval .                                                          X
                Beneficially reuse 70% of dry weather
                treated sewage effluent in the North
                water system. Submit specific projects
                through normal Base staffing procedures
                and the Base NEPA process for decision
  213    HPPA   and approval.
                Implement Two Party Agreement with
  214    HPPA   FPUD.                                                     X
                Develop an agreement within the Santa
                Margarita Watershed to account for
  215    HPPA   water conservation regionally.                     X
                Meter all reimbursable potable water
  216    HPPA   customers.                                                X
                Lead the Santa Margarita River
                Watershed Water Quality Monitoring
                Group to develop and propose a
                coordinated      watershed-wide     water
  217    HPPA   quality monitoring plan.                    X



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                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                     2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS                      BO T&C
                In partnership with The Nature
                Conservancy and San Diego State
                University, develop and implement a
                long-term monitoring program to
                measure and correlate flow, sediment
                transport, water chemistry, and habitat in
                the lower Santa Margarita River
  218    HPPA   watershed.                                   X
                Prepare draft Phase II Municipal
                Stormwater Permit Application and                                                                   Draft plan completed on
  219    HPPA   compliance plan.                             X                                                      schedule.
                Form Santa Margarita River watershed                                                                Committee formed on
  220    HPPA   stormwater permit-holder committee.          X                                                      schedule.
                Enter into agreements to credit the Base
                for wetlands creation or enhancement in
                connection      with    Permit     15,000                                                           Have established
                development or Base participation in or                                                             agreements for credit with
                cooperation with the Murrieta Creek                                                                 necessary agencies by
  221    HPPA   Flood Control Project.                                                                         X    2008.
                Enter into agreements to implement a
                Santa Margarita River watershed                                                                     Have established
                wetlands management program, which                                                                  agreements for
                includes Base credits or banking for                                                                management program
  222    HPPA   beneficial actions upstream of the Base.     X                                                      within desired timeframe.
                Develop plans to ensure 100-year flood
                protection of all new facilities. Submit
                specific projects through normal Base
                staffing procedures and the Base NEPA
  223    HPPA   process for decision and approval.           X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Execute agreements to use cooperative
                management of upstream hydrology to
                ensure 200-year flood protection of
                MCAS Camp Pendleton, and the Ranch
  224    HPPA   House.                                                            X
                Complete Phase III Early Warning
  225    HPPA   System improvements.                         X
                Make water resources and water
                infrastructure decisions based on
                planning that considers all aspects of
                water resources issues, including current
                and projected operational and regulatory
  226    HPPA   requirements.                                X      X      X      X      X      X      X




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                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                     2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Improve the data collected and used for
                and provided by water resources
  227    HPPA   planning.                                    X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Provide focused training for the natural
                resources staff member responsible for
  233    HPPA   soil conservation and erosion control.       X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Establish a Natural Resource Damage
                Repair program by 2002. Implement
                repair actions as needed in a timely
  234    HPPA   manner.                                             X
                Complete development of research
                based specifications and standards for
  235    HPPA   reseeding/revegetation of disturbed sites.          X
                In the preliminary engineering design,
                and construction of facilities involving
                ground       disturbance,     incorporate
                construction site sediment control, soil
  236    HPPA   and water conservation as appropriate.       X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Monitor the effects of off-road vehicle
                use and provide for the rehabilitation of
                training lands that have excessive
  238    OPA    degradation.
                Complete       the    Erosion     Control
  239    OPA    Management Plan.                                    X
                Annually evaluate the prioritization of
                erosion control sites and apply best
                management practices to control
                measures for areas of severe gullying to
  240    HPPA   decrease hazardous training conditions.      X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Apply best management practices to
                erosion control measures for firebreaks
  241    HPPA   and roads basewide.                          X      X      X      X      X      X
                Endeavor to use native seed stock in
                restoration and enhancement measures
  242    HPPA   as feasible.                                 X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Review annually and recommend
                changes to the Base landscaping plans
                for compliance with the White House
                Memorandum for the Heads of
                Executive Departments and Agencies
                (26 April 1994) and EO 13112 (3
  243    HPPA   February 1999).                              X      X      X      X      X      X      X




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                                                                                                          OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                   2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                In the preliminary engineering, design,
                and construction of facilities involving
                ground disturbance, incorporate soil and
                water conservation and native vegetation
                landscaping, as appropriate, per the
                White House Memorandum for the
                Heads of Executive Departments and
                Agencies (26 April 1994) and EO 13112
  244    HPPA   (3 February 1999).                         X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Use the exotic plant control program to
                control spread of exotic landscaping
  245    HPPA   plants into natural areas.                 X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Review and revise the flightline mowing
                program standard operating procedures
                to maintain consistency with BASH
                program and vernal pool endangered
  246    HPPA   species management requirements.                         X
                Evaluate grazing levels (from both sheep
                grazing leases and horse pasture usage)
                to ensure resource sustainability and
                minimal adverse impacts to training,
                Base operations and federal threatened
  247    HPPA   and endangered species.                    X      X      X      X      X      X      X
  248    HPPA   Develop a Grazing Management Plan.                       X
                Monitor the number and class of animal
                permitted to graze under lease
  249    HPPA   agreements on Base.                        X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Ensure all GPS and GIS hardware,
                software, and maintenance agreements
                are current. Also, ensure these are
                technologically advanced and capable of
                withstanding        extreme     mapping
  250    HPPA   conditions.                                X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Evaluate row crop activities on Base to
                ensure they are properly integrated with
  251    HPPA   natural resource management efforts.              X
                Establish an integrated pest management
                program to monitor pest populations and
                pest damage, and ensure use of cultural,
                chemical, and biological controls in row
                crop management. This program is the
                responsibility of the lessee subject to
  252    HPPA   approval by AC/S ES.                                            X




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                                                                                                           OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                     PLANNED ACTION                   2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                When row crop outgrants come up for
                renewal, review Soil and Water
                Conservation plans for compliance with
                all     applicable    natural    resource
  253    HPPA   requirements.                               X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Develop a SOP addressing specific
                environmental       compliance    actions
                required by all outgrants, including row
  254    HPPA   crops, issued aboard Camp Pendleton.                                    X
                Provide periodic inspection of all
                outgrants, including row crops, and
                implement an effective action plan to
  255    HPPA   address any violations.                     X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Expand the Base‟s Environmental
                Compliance Evaluation process to
                include all real estate tenants aboard
  256    HPPA   Camp Pendleton.                                           X
                Ensure all present and future Base
                Orders will address the activities of
                outgrantees, including row crop and
  257    HPPA   grazing leases, as appropriate.             X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Provide appropriate oversight to native
  258    HPPA   seed collection efforts on Base.            X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Conduct study to ensure that current
                seed collection methodologies do not
  259    OPA    impact natural resources on Base.
                Provide natural and cultural resource
                technical services to the Camp
                Pendleton Fire Department to support
  260    HPPA   their fire management planning efforts.     X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Develop a set of programmatic
                instructions/guidelines for coordination
                with the Fire Department during wildfire
  261    HPPA   suppression activities.                            X
                Conduct pre-suppression measures (e.g.,
                controlled and prescribed burning) to
                help reduce the fuel load while
  262    HPPA   managing for sensitive natural resources.   X      X      X      X      X      X      X

                Prepare jointly with the Fire Department,
                Standard Operating Procedures for
                annual maintenance of the Base‟s fuel
  263    HPPA   breaks, firebreaks, and access roads.       X




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                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                     2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Validate, and revise where necessary,
  264    HPPA   the current fire model.                             X
                Provide wildland fire management
                training to natural resources staff
                responsible for supporting wildland fire
  265    HPPA   management on the Base.                      X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Evaluate present firebreaks needed to
                support the Wildland Fire Management
  266    HPPA   Plan.                                               X
                Develop a fuel loading report that
  267    HPPA   identifies high hazard areas.                       X
                Develop a GIS based vegetation age
                class distribution map of the Base that
  268    HPPA   shows levels of fuel loading .                      X
                Annually update fuel load hazard
  269    HPPA   mapping.                                     X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Schedule and prioritize prescribed burns
                for resource management and fire
  270    HPPA   suppression.                                 X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Have a qualified natural and cultural
                resource representative respond to all
                wildfires when called by the Fire
                Department. Provide on-the-ground
                natural and cultural resource expertise to
                help avoid and minimize adverse
  271    HPPA   impacts from fire suppression activities.    X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Update the GIS database with wildland
                fire data annually. Map all wildland fires
                outside of impact areas that are greater
                than five acres and identify impacts to
  272    HPPA   threatened and endangered species.           X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Establish monitoring plots to track
                natural resource recovery after wildland
  273    HPPA   fire impacts.                                       X
                Develop procedures for post-fire and
                post-fire suppression land restoration
  274    HPPA   measures in selected areas.                         X
                Where possible use native seed stock for
  275    HPPA   conducting post-fire reseeding.              X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Restore, using best management
                practices, firebreaks and roads, which
  276    HPPA   are no longer needed.                        X      X      X      X      X      X      X




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                                                                                                             OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                      2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                During project and NEPA review, ensure
                that direct or indirect adverse impacts to
                federally listed species, critical habitat,
                floodplains, wetlands, and other
                sensitive resources are identified and
  277    HPPA   minimized when possible.                      X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Prepare and regularly update a NEPA
                Handbook that clearly and simply
                outlines step-by-step Base procedures for
                the management and preparation of
                NEPA documents. Included should be a
                recommended format for EAs and EISs
                to facilitate in-house preparation and
  278    HPPA   consistent documents.                                X
                Clearly identify the person accountable
                for    project     implementation     and
  279    HPPA   mitigation requirements for each project.     X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Contact off-Base interested and affected
                agencies and parties as soon as possible
                on projects with potentially significant
                environmental impacts, particularly if
  280    HPPA   controversial.                                X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Provide NEPA and impact assessment
                training for designated NEPA personnel
  281    HPPA   including public works and ROICC.             X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Ensure all real estate leases and
                agreements, including renewals, are
  282    HPPA   evaluated through the NEPA process.           X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Ensure that all new activities with
                potential direct or indirect permanent
                impacts to federally listed species
                undergo NEPA review and are subject to
                the activity/consultation class system (as
                defined      in    the    Riparian    and
                Estuarine/Beach Biological Opinion and,
                when finalized, the Uplands Biological
  283    HPPA   Opinion).                                     X      X      X      X      X      X      X




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                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                     2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Begin NEPA planning as soon as
                possible, with the site approval process
                undergoing NEPA evaluation early on,
                and      provide   a     thorough    and
                comprehensive project description and
                other data required for adequate and
  284    HPPA   timely review.                               X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Track the early planning phases of future
                activities, including major training
                exercises, and construction projects in
                order to facilitate early awareness,
                implementation and compliance with
                programmatic instructions and early
                consultation with the Service if
  285    HPPA   appropriate.                                 X      X      X      X      X      X      X                          X

                Provide technical assistance to other
                Base offices before and after a proposed
  286    HPPA   action is submitted for NEPA review.         X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Monitor sediment load and model
                sediment transport in the Santa
                Margarita River mainstem and the
  287    OPA    estuary.

                Seek to expand the use of Programmatic
                Categorical Exclusions to define
                categories of actions which experience
                has indicated will not individually or
                cumulatively have a significant effect on
  288    OPA    the human environment.
                Encourage each Base office to annually
                anticipate their projects or actions and
                seek yearly “programmatic” Categorical
  289    OPA    Exclusions for all projects that qualify.
                Complete the second phase of E-Trax
                development,           testing,        and
  290    OPA    implementation.




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                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                     2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Ensure that all potential direct or
                indirect permanent impacts to federally
                listed species undergo NEPA review and
                are subject to the activity/consultation
                class system (as defined in the Riparian
                and Estuarine/Beach Biological Opinion
                and, when finalized, the Uplands
  291    HPPA   Biological Opinion).                         X      X      X      X      X      X      X

                Ensure that all direct or indirect
                permanent impacts to federally listed
                species are mitigated in accordance with
  294    HPPA   USFWS determined measures and ratios.        X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Monitor mitigation sites as determined
                in the agreement with the regulatory
                agency                          following
                enhancement/restoration      efforts    to
  295    HPPA   ensure compliance.                           X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Ensure mitigation projects support or
                compliment the Base‟s training area
                development plan, master plan and goals
                and objectives for natural resource
  296    HPPA   management.                                  X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Conduct                            habitat
                restoration/rehabilitation     (including
                exotics control) for the mitigation of
  297    HPPA   existing projects.                           X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Reinitiate Quarterly environmental
                planning meetings between MCB and
  297    HPPA   MCAS.                                        X
                Identify areas both on and off Base that
                may be used as mitigation sites for
  298    HPPA   future projects.                             X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Develop      mitigation     “banks”     in
                anticipation of future project needs.
  299    HPPA   [DoDI 4715.3]                                X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Develop an off-Base mitigation bank for
  300    HPPA   future Air Station project needs.            X
                Develop a system for tracking mitigation
                conducted for banking credits and for
  301    HPPA   specific projects.                                  X




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                                                                                                              OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                       2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Establish     a     Mitigation     Tracking
                Database for the Air Station that outlines
                every action that needs to be carried out
                and serves as a long term monitoring
  302    HPPA   document.                                      X
                Evaluate the feasibility and desirability
                to negotiate with regulating agencies
                reduced       mitigation       costs     for
                development           projects       within
  303    HPPA   predetermined cantonment buffers.                     X
                Evaluate the effectiveness of mitigations
                applied to various projects in avoiding
                significant environmental impact, and
                readjust if necessary. Document the
                Base's experience and successes to
                convincingly demonstrate mitigations
                will reduce impacts to less-than-
  304    HPPA   significant levels.                                                 X
                Develop and maintain a comprehensive
                list of commitments and Terms and
                Conditions contained within the
                numerous       formal      and     informal
                consultation documents and permits
  305    HPPA   issued to or that apply on the Base.                  X
                Ensure the execution of commitments
                and Terms and Conditions within
                consultation documents issued to the
  306    HPPA   Base.                                          X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Monitor the execution of commitments
                and Terms and Conditions within
                consultation documents issued to the
                Base for non‑DoD agency proposed
  307    HPPA   actions.                                       X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Complete            a        programmatic
                Environmental Assessment for the
  308    HPPA   MCAS master plan.                                            X
                Conduct Semiannual INRMP review
  309    HPPA   meetings.                                      X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Conduct      annual      INRMP       review
  310    HPPA   meetings.                                      X      X      X      X      X      X      X
  311    HPPA   Revise the INRMP every 5 years.                                                   X
                Develop and implement an Adaptive
  312    HPPA   Management Plan for the Air Station.                  X




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                                                                                                           OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                    2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Use geographic information systems
                (where available) and installation master
                plans to integrate natural resources
                management objectives with mission
                activities and facilities development on
                Department of the Navy lands (USMCB
  313    HPPA   1994a).                                     X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Attend Base planning meetings, the
                Range Working Group meetings and
                other meetings to maintain currency with
                long range Base planning topics and
  314    HPPA   landuser requirements.                      X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Integrate the INRMP into the MCB and
  315    OPA    MCAS Master Plans.
                Ensure the INRMP is integrated as
                appropriate into other Base planning
  316    OPA    documents.
                To the extent feasible and consistent
                with the military mission, ensure
                integration of natural resources concerns
                with       the     Base‟s      emergency
                mobilization/deployment       plans    to
                minimize unnecessary impacts during
  317    HPPA   such emergency situations.                         X
                Maintain a contract with San Diego
                County Hazardous Incident Response
                Team (HIRT) to provide hazardous
                substance identification and incident
  318    HPPA   technical advice.                           X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Establish an executive level working
                group (“Geographic Information System
                Policy Group”) with participants from
                all Base organizations to promote the
  319    HPPA   forward vision and information sharing.            X
                Establish a technical level working
                group (“Geographic Information System
                Technical Working Group”) with
                participants from all organizations to
                promote information sharing and
  320    HPPA   resolution of common technical issues.             X
                Participate in regional GIS working
  321    HPPA   groups.                                     X      X      X      X      X      X




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                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                     PLANNED ACTION                    2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Build the understanding and utility of the
                GIS to Base land use decision makers by
                developing a demonstration of its
                successful implementation, such as
                conducting some what-if scenarios for
  322    HPPA   presentation.                                       X
                Continue to develop precise and reliable
  323    HPPA   natural resources datasets.                  X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Semiannually review GIS data to advise
                resource managers of needs to update
                datasets during budget planning and
                programming and in preparation of
                publishing the semiannual Constraints
  324    HPPA   Map.                                         X      X      X      X      X      X
                Ensure that standards for GIS database
                dictionaries and associated metadata for
                all Camp Pendleton GIS coverages are
  325    HPPA   met.                                         X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Ensure that all contracts with the
                potential for producing special data will
                include specific language with respect to
                the production of spatial data that are
                fully compatible with Camp Pendleton‟s
  326    HPPA   GIS database.                                X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Update GIS data layers for natural and
                cultural resources from various internal
                and external reports and NEPA
                documents written for the Base. Clear
  327    HPPA   backlog by 2004.                                                  X
                Ensure that the information system
                support staff responsible for operating
                and maintaining the system annually
                obtain focused training regarding current
                technologies and uses of GIS technology
                as related to natural and cultural
                resource management on a military
  328    HPPA   installation.                                X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Ensure all reports, maps and data
                received      from    contractors     and
                supporting studies and surveys are
                received in digital versions for addition
  329    HPPA   to GIS.                                      X      X      X      X      X      X      X




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                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                     2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Evaluate the quality, accuracy, and
                resolution of mapped environmental data
  330    HPPA   for all coverages.                           X      X      X      X      X      X      X

                Identify, in specific error terms, the
                appropriate use of each data layer based
                on the quality and resolution of the data
  331    HPPA   source, and whether it is current.           X      X      X      X      X      X
                Require field verification of all data for
                site specific projects; including soil
                testing, on-site inventories for sensitive
  332    HPPA   species, etc.                                X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Every six months, update the Base‟s
                Environmental Constraints Maps to
                include the most current species and
  333    HPPA   natural resource data.                       X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Establish a database design for each
                federally listed species, and selected
                other species as appropriate, to ensure
                that survey data and summary statistics
                are comparable from year to year and
                fulfill requirements for Biological
  334    HPPA   Opinion Terms and Conditions.                       X
                Continue development and maintenance
                of the Technical Integrated Information
  335    HPPA   Center (TIIC).                               X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Ensure all reports, maps, and data
                received from contractors and
                supporting studies and surveys are
                received in digital versions for addition
  336    HPPA   to GIS.                                      X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Maintain hard and soft copy records of
                reports, studies, reference materials, and
  337    HPPA   periodicals for environmental inventory.     X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Develop an SOP for the release of GIS
  338    HPPA   data and survey/monitoring results.                 X
                Develop natural resources intranet
                website for access to natural resource
  339    HPPA   data catalog by Base organizations.                 X
                Maintain natural resources data catalog
  340    HPPA   on intranet website.                         X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Facilitate distribution of updated
                Environmental Constraints Maps to Base
  341    HPPA   users.                                       X      X      X      X      X      X      X



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                                                                                                             OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                      2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Develop a Standard Operating Procedure
                for using the GPS unit in the field and
                for data translation with a software
                interface that is user friendly for NRD
  342    HPPA   personnel.                                           X
                Evaluate the feasibility of participating
                in cooperative watershed restoration
                programs, including cooperating with
                local governmental and
  343    HPPA   nongovernmental stakeholders.                 X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Seek out and use existing technology
                and make strategic investments in new
                technologies and creative, innovative
                management techniques to address local,
                regional, or global environmental
  344    HPPA   problems (USMCB 1994a).                       X      X      X      X      X      X
                Facilitate better natural resource
                decisions on Camp Pendleton by
                improving the capability to access,
                organize, analyze, and reproduce maps,
                inventories, remotely-sensed data, and
                other     natural    resource      planning
  345    HPPA   documents.                                    X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Ensure that all GIS computer hardware,
                software, peripherals, and maintenance
                agreements are current. Also ensure that
                hardware and software are capable of
                complex           computations          and
                manipulations with large data sets,
                detailed graphics are viewable, and that
                quality maps and reports can be
  346    HPPA   produced.                                     X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Create a demonstration of data
                resolution limitations for a range of
                environmental applications, and the
  347    HPPA   hazards of using multiple map scales.                X
                Anticipate the need for and seek
                compatibility with other Base systems,
                so that land use decisions are
                coordinated to the greatest extent
  348    HPPA   possible.                                     X      X      X      X      X      X




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                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                     PLANNED ACTION                    2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Acquire any commercially available GIS
                products that would enhance Camp
  349    OPA    Pendleton‟s GIS database.
                Develop GIS education programs for
                upper level managers and command
                staff, for technical “power” users, and
  350    HPPA   for basic “casual” users.                           X
                Provide continuing education in
                advanced GIS technologies through
                outside     industry    sources    and/or
  351    HPPA   workshops and conferences.                   X      X      X      X      X      X
                Provide training on system software and
  352    HPPA   capabilities to end users.                   X      X      X      X      X      X
                Build the understanding and utility of the
                GIS to Base land use decision makers by
                developing a demonstration of its
                successful implementation, such as
                conducting some what-if scenarios for
  353    HPPA   presentation.                                       X
                Develop a Camp Pendleton natural and
                cultural resource presentation to provide
                information and awareness to new Base
                personnel, interested community groups,
  354    HPPA   and others.                                         X
                Annually         review      recreational
                coordination procedures for use of
                training areas with recreation program
  355    HPPA   managers and land managers.                  X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Update and complete the Outdoor
  356    HPPA   Recreation Plan.                                           X
                Revise and publish an updated
                “Welcome to Camp Pendleton” flier as
  357    OPA    needed.
                Identify opportunities to provide for
                public access to natural resource related
                activities    to    demonstrate     Camp
                Pendleton‟s success at conserving
  358    OPA    natural resources.
                Evaluate the feasibility and desirability
                of expanding inland/freshwater fishing
  359    HPPA   to the general public.                                            X
                Establish standardized criteria for the
                length and conditions of long term leases
  360    HPPA   and easements.                                                    X



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                                                                                                           OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                    2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Review all new leases and the renewal
                of existing leases for compliance with
                Base natural resource management
                including terms and conditions of
                USFWS        programmatic      biological
  361    HPPA   opinions.that Base recreation program
                Ensure                                      X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                managers are involved in the review of
                any lease        involving recreational
  362    HPPA   activities.                                 X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Ensure compliance of lease and
                easement holders with the terms of their
  363    HPPA   respective real estate agreements.          X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Unless granted a waiver of fees by the
                Commanding General, ensure that the
                Base receives a fair market use fee for
  364    HPPA   all non DoD use of Camp Pendleton.          X      X      X      X      X      X      X

                Submit Camp Pendleton quotas for deer
  365    HPPA   tags, annually to the CDFG for approval.    X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Establish informational booklets on
  366    HPPA   game species programs.                             X
                Ensure that staff responsible for
                implementing and enforcing the hunting
                program obtains training regarding the
                implementation and enforcement of laws
                and requirements relevant to hunting and
                other natural resource/conservation
  367    HPPA   needs on Base.                              X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Develop a Game Management Plan for
                nongame, small game, and upland game
                species (incorporating fisheries and deer
  368    HPPA   management plans).                                        X
                Evaluate     possible     measures    for
                improving training area availability for
                the hunting program when areas are not
  369    OPA    in use by military training.
                Ensure that staff responsible for
                implementing and enforcing the fishing
                program obtain focused training (ideally,
                at or equivalent to the Federal Law
                Enforcement Training Center in
                Georgia) regarding the implementation
                and enforcement of laws and
  370    HPPA   requirements relevant to fishing on Base.   X      X      X      X      X      X      X



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                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                     2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Conduct a Comprehensive Freshwater
  371    OPA    Fisheries Management Study.
                Evaluate the feasibility and desirability
                of installing a low cost/maintenance
                water quality improvement system for
  372    OPA    Lake O‟Neill.
                Complete a master plan for recreational
  373    OPA    and other land uses of Lake O‟Neill.
                Promote the „undeveloped‟ camping
                program to increase the sale of annual
  374    HPPA   permits to the maximum of 1,000.             X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Evaluate the potential costs, benefits,
                and     feasibility   of    reestablishing
                recreational camping opportunities in
  375    HPPA   the Cockleburr bluff area.                          X
                Ensure patron awareness of, and
                compliance with, Base Order 1132.13C
                (Fire Regulations) regarding camp fires,
  376    HPPA   use of stoves, etc.                          X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Evaluate the feasibility and desirability
                of establishing an agreement with the
                State Park to use campsites in the State
  377    OPA    Park when Base sites are all occupied.
                Ensure all beach managers and
                lifeguards receive training with regard to
                the implementation and enforcement of
  378    HPPA   environmental laws and regulations.          X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Complete a master plan for recreational
  379    HPPA   and other land uses of Del Mar Beach.                             X
                Evaluate the level of unauthorized
                recreational usage of the beach and the
                potential impacts. If needed, develop
  380    OPA    possible solutions.
                Maintain the high level of quality of
                services at Del Mar Recreation Beach.
                Improve landscaping among the rental
  381    OPA    cabanas.
                Maintain the high level of quality of
  382    OPA    services at San Onofre Beach.
                Limit expansion of waterfront activities
                at all MCCS beaches and focus efforts
                towards improving existing programs
  383    OPA    and facilities.




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                                                                                                             OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                    PLANNED ACTION                      2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Participate in Earth Day celebrations
                with an exhibition or gathering at the Air
                Station and the development of
                educational outreach programs for local
  384    HPPA   schools.                                      X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Develop a master plan for recreational
                and other land uses of San Onofre
  384    OPA    Beach.
                Evaluate horse grazing and prepare a
                plan to ensure the sustainability of the
                resources and the avoidance and
                minimization of adverse impacts to
  385    HPPA   federally listed species.                                   X
                Work with horse stable management
                personnel to minimize potential impacts
                on natural resources along horse riding
  386    HPPA   trails.                                       X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Identify and develop fitness walking,
                jogging, and running routes and maps for
  387    HPPA   military personnel.                                         X
                Develop hiking opportunities in the San
  388    OPA    Mateo, Talega, and DeLuz areas.
                Develop a brochure on Base hiking
  389    OPA    routes.
                Identify and develop bicycling routes
  390    OPA    and maps for military personnel.
                Explore the feasibility of a bicycle rental
                program through MCCS in cooperation
  391    OPA    with a community bicycle shop.
                Explore the feasibility of charging a
                permit fee for natural resource tours,
  392    OPA    hikers, bicycling, and photography.
                Develop interpretive facilities at the RV
                campsite south of the Santa Margarita
                River estuary and other campsites as
  393    HPPA   appropriate.                                         X
                Participate in Earth Day celebrations
                with an exhibition or gathering at the Air
                Station and the development of
                educational outreach programs for local
  394    HPPA   schools.                                      X      X      X      X      X      X      X




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                                                                                                            OUT     MEASURES OF
NUMBER                     PLANNED ACTION                    2001   2002   2003   2004   2005   2006   2007 YEARS   SUCCESS       BO T&C
                Participate in off Base Earth Day
                celebrations with an exhibition and
                develop educational outreach programs
  395    HPPA   for local schools.                           X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Commemorate Arbor Day with the
  396    HPPA   ceremonial planting of trees.                X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Install or replace interpretive signs
                describing significant natural resources
  397    OPA    at additional locations.
                Update and reissue the Camp Pendleton
                environmental          awareness      and
  398    OPA    information video.
                Develop an interpretive area focusing on
  399    OPA    Santa Margarita River habitat.
                Develop        low-impact     interpretive
  400    OPA    facilities at San Onofre.
                Develop        low-impact     interpretive
                opportunities at Lake O‟Neill, possibly
                including an environmental awareness
  401    OPA    trail around the lake.
                Review damage caused by unauthorized
                off road travel and incorporate into
                planned restoration efforts and routine
  402    HPPA   maintenance.                                 X      X      X      X      X      X      X
                Repair perimeter fences and limit
  403    OPA    unauthorized access.




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