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Habitats and Living Resources

Toxic Roads Replaced in Guadalupe Watershed

One of our mercury remediation projects in the Guadalupe River Watershed partnered with Santa Clara County to remove miles of toxic pavement from a local park. Over 600 lbs of mercury was removed from the watershed and over 4 miles of trails were improved for visitors.
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Wetlands Regional Monitoring Program

The Wetlands Regional Monitoring Program (WRMP) is convening stakeholders from a broad range of backgrounds and expertise to plan and implement a regional monitoring program for wetlands and streams in the Bay Area and the Delta. 
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Healthy Watershed, Resilient Baylands

Healthy Watersheds, Resilient Baylands includes 10 multi-benefit urban greening projects in the South Bay.
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Suisun Marsh Monitoring Project

Developing, implementing, and assessing the effectiveness of various Best Management Practices to address low dissolved oxygen and Methylmercury generation in Suisun Marsh.
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Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia in the SF Estuary

Researching and monitoring the potential threats to the Estuary of ocean acidification and hypoxia.
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Supplemental Environmental Projects

Facilitating water quality improvement projects as restitution for violations under the Regional Water Quality Control Board’s enforcement process.  
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Mapping & Visioning in the Transition Zone

Mapping methodology for the upland transition zone and Community-based shoreline visioning process in North Richmond. Working with community partners to address environmental justice in resource protection & planning.
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Oro Loma Pilot Project – Horizontal Levee

A re-imagining of how a levee looks and what it can do to address flood risk and water quality concerns while providing critical ecosystem benefits.
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Flood Control 2.0

Rebuilding habitat and shoreline resilience through a new generation of flood control channel design and management.
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San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority

Raising and allocating local resources for the restoration, enhancement, and protection of wetlands and wildlife habitat, and associated flood management and public access infrastructure.
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About Us

The San Francisco Bay-Delta is named in the federal Clean Water Act as one of 28 “estuaries of national significance." For over 20 years, the San Francisco Estuary Partnership has worked together with local communities and federal and state agencies to improve the health of California’s most urbanized estuary.

San Francisco Estuary Partnership 1515 Clay Street, Suite 1400 Oakland, CA 94612 (510) 622-2304

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