Get involved with the San Francisco Bay Joint Venture! Learn about ways you can help with habitat conservation projects in the Bay Area, join us at an upcoming event, or view some of our recent media releases.
Wetland Restoration is Working at Bay Point Regional Shoreline
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,
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
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
This September, two new SFBJV staff members joined our team! We are thrilled to add a Conservation Coordinator (Jemma Williams) and a Policy & Communications Coordinator (Nikki Roach). Jemma Williams has worked in the public, private, and non-profit environmental sectors supporting community-based stewardship, restoration, and biological monitoring. Jemma has been in the Bay Area for
Unveiling the San Francisco Bay Joint Venture Implementation Strategy – Conserving the SF Bay Area’s Unique Ecosystems and Wildlife.
SFBJV partners were thrilled to celebrate the completion and release of our updated Implementation Strategy on October 14, 2022, in person at the Richardson Bay Audubon Sanctuary in Tiburon, California. The celebration honored the work of close to one hundred individuals, including our Management Board, other leadership, working committee members, and staff who contributed to
On Friday, October 14th, the San Francisco Bay Joint Venture (SFBJV) awarded Jeff McCreary the Bruce Wolfe Spirit of Conservation Award. This award recognizes individuals and organizations who are significantly advancing wetland habitat conservation in the Bay Area. Jeff’s dedication to the mission of the San Francisco Bay Joint Venture (SFBJV) includes chairing both the