Chris Beale Updated:08/2013

Chris Beale works on complex natural resource management issues, including the integration of natural resources management and economic development. He is the Assistant Director of the Desert Renewable Energy Conservation Plan.

He also advises cities, counties, and other public agencies and private landowners regarding state and federal natural resource protection laws, conservation planning, open-space preservation, and the development of environmental mitigation strategies and programs. He is currently advising Placer County regarding the development of the Placer County Conservation Plan, an ambitious habitat conservation plan and natural community conservation plan for western Placer County; advising the Mendocino Redwood Company regarding the development of its innovative habitat conservation plan and natural community conservation plan; and is legal counsel to the East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservancy, a joint exercise of powers agency formed to implement the East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservation Plan and Natural Community Conservation Plan.

Previously, he was legal counsel to the California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG), where he helped to develop numerous habitat conservation plans and natural community conservation plans throughout California.

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Resources Law Group, LLP
555 Capitol Mall
Suite 1090
Sacramento, CA  95814
Phone: 916-442-4880
Fax: 916-442-4193

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