Impacts from climate change, including prolonged drought and rising seas, jeopardize the health of all parts of the Estuary. Our work seeks to bolster the resilience of Estuary ecosystems, shorelines, and communities to climate change by: increasing resilience of tidal habitats and tributaries; increasing resilience of communities at risk; and promoting integrated, coordinated, multi-benefit approaches.

Healthy Watershed, Resilient Baylands

Healthy Watersheds, Resilient Baylands includes 10 multi-benefit urban greening projects in the South Bay.
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San Pablo Avenue Green Stormwater Spine

Design, construction, and monitoring of an array of landscape-based stormwater treatment retrofits distributed along a 12.5 mile stretch of San Pablo Avenue, a major thoroughfare passing through a number of East Bay cities.
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Urban Greening Bay Area

Promoting the widespread use of Green Stormwater Infrastructure to help mitigate climate change impacts, improve water quality discharged into local waterways and the Bay, and realize a variety of ancillary co-benefits.  
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Upland Transition Zones

Developing a mapping methodology for the upland transition zone and completing a community-based shoreline visioning process for the transition zone in North Richmond, CA.
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Oro Loma Experimental Horizontal Levee

A Horizontal Levee is a re-imagining of how a levee looks and what it can do. Instead of a vertical wall to protect against storm surges, a horizontal levee uses vegetation on a slope to break waves.
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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

The Estuary Partnership and the State Coastal Conservancy work together to staff the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority, a regional effort dedicated to enhancing and protecting wetlands and wildlife habitat.
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Project Map

Where are current resilience projects located?