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Wetland Restoration is Working at Bay Point Regional Shoreline

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.
Emma Murphy at Sears Point

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Recent News

A Big Day for the SF Bay – Breaching the Levee at Ravenswood

Did you know that in one of the most urban centers in the United States lies one of the largest restoration projects? The South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project is the largest tidal wetland restoration on the west coast. Located in the southern portion of the iconic San Francisco Bay, the project aims to restore

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New JV Coordinator, Kelli McCune, Reflects on CA 30×30 Partnership Gathering

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

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Help Save the ONLY Marine Lab on the San Francisco Bay!

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,

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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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SFBJV 2023 DC Fly In Recap

The SFBJV spent a busy week (March 13 – 17) in DC meeting with Congressional staffers and agency representatives as part of  DC Fly-In. The DC “Fly in” is organized by the Association of Joint Venture Management Boards to advocate for the Migratory Bird Joint Venture Program (MBJV), a tri-national program with 23 habitat and

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