The Franks Tract Futures project is exploring concepts for achieving ecosystem, recreation, economic, water quality and other benefits at Franks Tract, located in the heart of the California Delta. Since June 2019, the project has been conducting a collaborative planning process initiated by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) and working with the local community, local agencies, and interested stakeholders to develop an enhancement plan for Franks Tract using a transparent and collaboratively structured decision-making process.
Public and user survey of design concepts:
In this survey, you can rate, comment on and ask questions about the design concepts that have been developed thus far, with input from the public and our previous stakeholder and user survey (https://franks-tract-futures-ucdavis.hub.arcgis.com/pages/franks-tract-user-survey-results).
YOUR COMMENTS and PREFERENCES MATTER, as all survey responses will be included in the final report for the planning effort. To watch the recent public webinar presentation (held on June 9th, 2020), review previous meeting notes, and other information, please visit the project website: https://franks-tract-futures-ucdavis.hub.arcgis.com/