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Table of contents: 1. Introduction -- 2. Environmental agencies and regulatory framework -- 3. Maintenance planning and impact avoidance -- 4. Vegetation management -- 5. Sediment removal -- 6. Bank stabilization -- 7. Management of animal conflicts -- 8. Minor maintenance activities -- 9. Summary of SMP-2 impacts requiring mitigation -- 10. Mitigation program -- 11. Mitigation monitoring -- 12. Program management and reporting -- Attachment A. Bank stabilization methods -- Attachment B. SCVWD fish relocation guidelines -- Attachment C. Tree scoring for removal of trees and shrubs 6-12" dbh -- Attachment D. Invasive plant management program -- Attachment E. Large woody debris (LWD) mitigation accounting criteria -- Attachment F. Best management practices -- Attachment G. Sediment characterization plan -- Attachment H. Water quality monitoring plan -- Attachment I. Steelhead impact minimization measures.
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