The habitat goals for the Pacific Flyway in the Central Valley are compiled in Central Valley Joint Venture Implementation Plan, which was published in 2006. These goals include water supply needs for the different basins located in the Central Valley, as well as conservation objectives for the six bird groups identified in the Plan (wintering waterfowl, breeding waterfowl, wintering shorebirds, breeding shorebirds, waterbirds, and riparian songbirds). These conservation objectives are also integrated in the plan to provide overall acreage and water supply objectives for seasonal wetland restoration, seasonal wetland enhancement, semi-permanent wetland restoration, riparian restoration, winter flooded rice, waterfowl-friendly agriculture, and agricultural easements (2006 Implementation Plan, pp. 239-252).