2019 State of the Estuary Report has been released!
This year’s report includes status and trends on urban water conservation, fish, river flows, tidal marshes, and beneficial floods, and highlights some dramatic findings based on robust, long-term datasets. To view and download the report and executive summary, as well as a brief video, visit the link below:
A gritty section of downtown Oakland is being transformed into a green oasis by a San Francisco Estuary Partnership project aimed at reducing the amount of polluted water draining into San Francisco Bay. The work is the newest link in the Estuary Partnership’s “Green Stormwater Spine” along busy San Pablo Avenue in the East Bay. For more info, see:
The Restoration Authority’s Governing Board seeks 1 individual from Santa Clara County to serve on the Independent Citizens Oversight Committee. The Oversight Committee works independently of the Advisory Committee of the Authority, providing a completely independent annual analysis of the work of the Authority, focused on the Authority’s expenditures and finances and on the Authority’s conformance with the requirements of Measure AA.