State of the Estuary Conference
2021 Fall Conference Map
Learn about the state of the San Francisco Estuary through the free conferences, symposia, activities, and other events listed below. Click the blue title of each event for more information.
Conferences and meetings
San Francisco Estuary Partnership
This one-day virtual Summit will explore topics including climate adaptation planning, regional restoration and rematriation efforts, and environmental justice and community engagement through speaker presentations, panels, and interactive discussions.
South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project
Interested stakeholders and members of the public are invited to a virtual public meeting of the Stakeholder Forum and Working Groups to share information and discuss Project progress, science, funding, and other topics. Plans for a tour of a current or future construction site are postponed until COVID-related safety precautions have eased.
WRMP / SF Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
You are invited to learn what the emerging Wetlands Regional Monitoring Program is all about. This ambitious program is linking science to management to foster wetland resilience. The open house will cover progress made over the past several years, plans for the future, and ways to get engaged. This session is paired with the SF Estuary Geospatial Working Group Meeting, 2:00-3:30pm.
9:30am – 5:30pm
1pm – 3:30pm
10am – 12pm
9am – 4pm
Dec 4-5 Jan 1-3
2pm – 3:30pm
RMP / San Francisco Estuary Institute
The one day, virtual RMP meeting will cover timely water quality topics, including sediment supply, fire effects, PFAS, tire contaminants, microplastics, and contaminants in fish.
California Coastal Commission
Explore thousands of King Tides photos from throughout California, and later this winter help photograph these highest tides of the year to preview sea level rise impacts.
SF Estuary Geospatial Working Group (SFEGWG) jointly with Delta Remote Imagery Collaborative
As a follow up to the morning WRMP session, learn more about how geospatial insight is being used to guide coordinated habitat restoration monitoring and management at various scales in the San Francisco Estuary and beyond.