To develop facts, make findings and forward recommendations to the Board of Supervisors on matters concerning organization, promotion and supervision of community and county-wide fish and wildlife programs and activities within the county. To advise on the propagation, preservation and conservation of fish and wildlife in the county.
Members are required to annually file Statement of Economic Interest - Form 700.
Meeting Frequency: Meets at 5:30 PM on the fourth Wednesday of the month (January through October) in the Board Chambers at Government Center in San Andreas.
Term Limit: 1 year Terms, unlimited number of Terms.