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Wetland Restoration Is Working

In November 2020, Bay Point regional park reopened with new trails and enhanced habitat for native species that have been designed to withstand projected sea level rise. New picnic areas, restrooms, a drinking fountain, and a kayak launch site were also added. People need to connect outside in nature now more than ever. Check out this wetland restoration is working video we created with them in 2018. More information about the project can be found on the East Bay Regional Parks District website. You can find more of our videos on our media page.

Featured PartnerFeatured Partner: Marilyn Latta, Project Manager, State Coastal Conservancy (SCC)

Marilyn Latta has been working with the State Coastal Conservancy since 2008 in their San Francisco Bay Program and declares that she “loves participating in this kind of collaborative work to restore our incredible estuary.” More »

Featured ProjectFeatured Project: Terminal Four Wharf, Warehouse, and Piling Removal Project

Terminal Four is the largest derelict creosote wharf structure in San Francisco Bay, and removal has long been a regional priority in order to improve water Quality and removal hazardous marine debris and fill in this area of the Estuary. More »

Upcoming Deadlines

The 2022 Audubon Photography Awards are accepting submissions through Wednesday, March 9

California Natural Resources Agency extends feedback period to Feb 15 on draft strategy - Pathways to 30x30: Accelerating Conservation of California’s Nature