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On-the-ground habitat projects are the lifeblood of our partnership and involve the protection, restoration and or enhancement of wetlands. These projects range in size from the smallest creeks to some of the largest tidal wetland restoration efforts in the country.
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The 2022 Implementation Strategy marks the first major update to SFBJV planning since 2001. In this revised strategy, we set ambitious new habitat goals for Estuary, Watershed, and Outer Coast habitats, update our waterfowl goals, and identify ten clear priorities and strategies to serve as the foundation of our partnership’s work. We call for a dramatic increase in the pace and scale of protection, restoration, and enhancement actions in the coming years.
Recently codified as law, California’s Pathway to 30×30 lays out the vision for conserving 30% of California’s lands and waters by 2030. In October, conservationists from around California gathered in Riverside, CA at the 30×30 Partnership Gathering hosted by California Natural Resources Agency and the California Biodiversity Network. Below our new Joint Venture Coordinator, Kelli
On June 7, 2023, the SFBJV community came together to celebrate, bid farewell, and thank Sandra Scoggin for her 20 years of service to the JV, and to acknowledge her nearly 30 years in wildlife conservation. Several partners highlighted Sandra’s accomplishments and leadership, speaking to her dedication, hard work, kind and inclusive leadership style, and
The San Francisco Estuary is the largest estuary in California and home to many native threatened species such as the Salt Marsh Harvest Mouse, Ridgway’s Rail, and Longfin Smelt. The estuary is also home to upwards of eight million people who live, work, and recreate in the Bay Area. A critical ecosystem and community resource,