Restoring Wetlands Through Partnership-Driven Collaboration

  • Scientists – informing conservation and management decisions
  • Funders – providing the needed dollars to help turn visions into reality
  • Project Managers – working on-the-ground, where the work really happens
  • Advocates – publicly recommending and supporting wetland restoration
  • Decision makers – holding the key to getting projects done

Habitat Delivery

We work to preserve and restore habitats that will sustain healthy populations of waterfowl, shorebirds and other wetland dependent species.

How We Do It

  • Collaboration and Coordination – “We provide forums for the sharing of ideas and information to foster innovation and creative approaches to conservation” – with meeting/people photo
  • Find Funding  – “We secure, increase and find funding that helps our partners realize their vision and goals.”
  • Project Tracking – “We have the birds eye view on all active, completed and pending wetland conservation projects around the Bay”
  • Share our Story (could link to videos, partner features, or project features) – “We celebrate and share, news, events, employment opportunities and successes of our partnership

We focus our attention where we can make the most difference

Get your feet wet! There are many ways to be involved with bird and habitat conservation.

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Q&A with Migratory Bird Joint Venture Coordinator, Justyn Foth

This February 2023, the National Migratory Bird Joint Venture Coordinator, Justyn Foth, came to visit and tour project sites around the San Francisco Bay. Not only is Justyn doing a Big Year, but he is also visiting Joint Ventures across the country for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic began and he took on

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