This 3 minute video shows how to harness the power of the Watershed Analyst and Basin Characterization Model to understand the effects of present and future climates on the behavior of water in a variety of Bay Area watersheds.
East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservancy seeks an individual to serve on the Public Advisory Committee to provide input on the implementation of the East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservation Plan or Natural Community Conservation Plan
The Bay Point restoration project spans approximately 31 acres, much of which is diked former marshland, historically used for sand dredging operations and in its current state sits as marginal quality seasonal wetlands, tidal marsh, upland and in places, bare earth. Located at the approximate midpoint of the SF Bay and Delta, the restoration site is contiguous with existing tidal wetlands to the north, east and west and thereby will increase the overall size of wetland habitat in the area once completed (anticipated completion is sometime in 2019).
Birding Around the Bay with SFBJV Coordinator Beth Huning