Partnering to protect the Bay-Delta Estuary
Learn more about our Work
It is not enough to work toward an Estuary that is ecologically healthy and resilient. Without a commitment to eliminating racial inequity and environmental injustice, we are bound to perpetuate it. We have a lot of work to do.
Please read the San Francisco Estuary Partnership’s statement here.
Federal Funds for Green Infrastructure
As federal agencies begin handing out billions of dollars to improve our nation’s aging water infrastructure, SFEP Staffer Josh Bradt speaks with NPR about the importance of green infrastructure for stormwater management. Listen to his interview on All Things Considered.
SFBRA Community Grants Program
2022 Coastal Watersheds Grant
Letters of Intent for Restore America’s Estuaries’ Coastal Watersheds Grant Program are due May 27, 2022. LOIs must include a Letter of Acknowledgement from the closest National Estuary Program.
To request a Letter of Acknowledgement from the San Francisco Estuary Partnership for your project, please see these instructions.
Estuary News Magazine
About the Estuary Partnership
The San Francisco Estuary Partnership is a collaborative regional program of resource agencies, non-profits, citizens, and scientists working to protect, restore, and enhance water quality and fish and wildlife habitat in and around the San Francisco Bay Delta Estuary. Working cooperatively, we share information and resources that result in studies, projects, and programs that improve the Estuary and communicate its value and needs to the public. The Association of Bay Area Governments is the home agency for Partnership staff and finances. Our offices are located at the Bay Area Metro Center in San Francisco. Please see our Implementation Committee meeting dates and materials here.
News Around the Estuary
- DAILY DIGEST, 6/29: Preliminary data show water savings increase for May 2022; The West just experienced an aspect of the climate crisis that scientists have warned of for years; The value of investing in water capture, reuse, and urban watersheds to address climate emergencies; Newsom has a plan to keep the lights on in California — using fossil fuels; and more …
- ACWA CONFERENCE: Voluntary Agreements Update
- NOTICE: June 28 Weekly Update on Curtailment Status of Water Rights and Claims in the Delta Watershed
- YOUR INPUT WANTED on State Water Board’s Racial Equity Action Plan
- NOTICE: Proposed agenda for Delta Independent Science Board tour of Delta water facilities
- DAILY DIGEST, 6/28: Who is winning the pursuit for water — and who is losing?; CA’s ‘broken’ water supply forecast to be audited; Scaling integrated water management; California’s Dixie Fire shows impact of legacy effects, prescribed burns; and more …
- FIVE QUESTIONS: Charley Wilson, Southern California Water Commission
- NOTICE: Revised Draft Emergency Curtailment and Reporting Regulation for the Delta watershed now posted