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California Natural Resources Agency

The California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA) is a state bureau level office in the public authority of California. The establishment and locale of the Natural Resources Agency is accommodated in California Government Code areas 12800 and 12805, et seq. The Agency has six offices, 10 conservancies, 17 sheets and commissions, three boards, and one metropolitan park in Los Angeles that comprises of two exhibition halls, the California Science Center and the California African American gallery. Through its 25 offices, conservancies and commissions, the Natural Resources Agency is answerable for ensuring ancient times history, normal scenes and social locales, observing and managing state terrains and streams, and directing fish and game use, just as private grounds and the crossing point with government terrains and waters.

California Natural Resources Agency Online Resources

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1416 Ninth Street, Suite 1311, Sacramento, CA, 95814
(916) 653-5656
resources.ca.gov -