Draft Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan - Lake Britton (State Parks Donated)
The Stewardship Council has issued the draft Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan (LCCP) for a portion of the Lake Britton planning unit for public review and comment. Comments must be submitted in writing and postmarked or emailed no later than 5:00 pm on April 1, 2019.
Attn: Lake Britton LCCP Comments
3300 Douglas Boulevard, Suite 250 Roseville, CA 95661
By E-mail: email@example.com
Draft LCCP – Lake Britton State Parks Donated (4.42 MB)
Please note: Upon request by a member of the public, your comments may be shared. Before your comments are shared, your contact information will be redacted.
To obtain a copy of the comments received during an LCCP public comment period, you may make a request in writing, by contacting Steve Schweigerdt at:
Pacific Forest & Watershed Lands Stewardship Council
3300 Douglas Blvd. Ste. 250
Roseville, Ca 95661
Final Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan – For Land to be donated to the United States Forest Service at Lake Britton
At its January 24, 2018 meeting, the board adopted the Land Conservation and Conveyance Plan for lands to be donated to the USFS at the Lake Britton planning unit. The conservation covenant on these acres will be held by the Sierra Nevada Conservancy.
The LCCP describes how the proposed transaction and related agreements conform to and fulfill all requirements of the 2003 Settlement Agreement and Stipulation.
The Draft LCCP was made available for a public review and comment period from October 18, 2017 to November 17, 2017
Final LCCP – Lake Britton USFS Donated (4.87 MB)
At its January 23, 2019 meeting, the Stewardship Council Board of Directors recommended the Pit River Tribe as the prospective fee title donee for 1, 095 acres within seven parcels (211 - 216, 267) in the Lake Britton planning unit located in Shasta County subject to compliance with all the requrements of the Land Conservation Committment and under the following terms:
- The Pit River Tribe provides a limited waiver of sovereign immunity to ensure that the conservation easement and other agreements executed pursuant to the Land Conservation Commitment are enforceable.
- The Pit River Tribe agrees not to petition the federal government to have the donated lands placed into federal trust.
- The Board approves providing funding for future property tax obligations associated with this recommended donation.
Prospective Fee Title Donee Recommendation - Pit River Tribe (13.3 MB)
At its January 23, 2014 meeting, the board recommended the United States Forest Service (Lassen National Forest) as the prospective fee title donee for approximately 308 acres of land in the Lake Britton planning unit, located in Shasta County.
Recommendations on Prospective Fee Title Donee (173 MB)
At its December 2, 2010 meeting, the board recommended California State Parks as the prospective fee title donee to approximately 119 acres of land at the Lake Britton planning unit, located in Shasta County.
Recommendations on Prospective Fee Title Donee (1.42 MB)
The board will recommend fee title donees for the remainder of the lands available for donation in the Lake Britton planning unit at a later date.
At its January 22, 2015 meeting, the board recommended theShasta Land Trust as the prospective conservation easement holder on the property.
The board will recommend fee title donees for the remainder of the lands in the Lake Britton planning unit at a later date.
Land Stewardship Proposals
On August 13, 2010, the Stewardship Council received land stewardship proposals from organizations interested in being considered for a donation of fee title to certain lands located within the Lake Britton planning unit. The Pit River Tribe, US Bureau of Land Management, California State Parks, Shasta County, and the US Forest Service (Lassen National Forest) prepared and submitted proposals. The respective organizations prepared and submitted proposals and are responsible for the information contained therein. Proposals are presented as is, and the Stewardship Council does not make any assertion regarding the accuracy or completeness of the information presented, nor do the proposals necessarily reflect the views of the Stewardship Council. The Stewardship Council fully reviewed and considered the proposals before recommending any organizations for donation of fee title to lands within the Lake Britton planning unit.
Land Stewardship Proposal from the Pit River Tribe(2 MB)
Land Stewardship Proposal from the Bureau of Land Management (5 MB)
Land Stewardship Proposal from California State Parks(492 KB)
Land Stewardship Proposal from Shasta County (1.5 MB)
Land Stewardship Proposal from
the U.S. Forest Service Lassen National Forest (3 MB)
Organizations Submitting a Statement of Qualifications
California Departments of Parks and Recreation (State Parks)
County of Shasta
Environmental Education Council of Marin
Pit River Tribe
Save Burney Falls
US Forest Service - Lassen National Forest
US Bureau of Land Management
Public Meeting Information
October 29, 2009 Meeting(26 KB)
Aerial Map (10 MB)
Existing Conditions Map (825 KB)