San Francisco Estuary Partnership

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Bay Area Gets $32 Million for Critical Water Quality Projects

News Story

The Bay Area is the beneficiary of $32 million in water quality grants to protect fish passages in Richmond, build rain gardens at schools in underserved areas of Petaluma and provide flood protection

Registration for State of the Estuary Conference opens

News Story

Every two years, the San Francisco Estuary Partnership brings together planners, regulators, scientists, practitioners, activists, and many others to exchange knowledge, highlight innovative projects

San Francisco Estuary Partnership Work Helps Secure Sonoma Land for Restoration

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The San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority — co-staffed by the San Francisco Estuary Partnership and the State Coastal Conservancy — has helped secure the acquisition of a 1,150-acre site for tidal

San Francisco Estuary Partnership-led Project to Protect Bay Receives Funding to Start Construction

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A first-of-its-kind horizontal levee project providing a host of ecological benefits — led by the San Francisco Estuary Partnership and the city of Palo Alto — has received $2.1 million from the U.S

Estuary Blueprint Spotlight: Tribal Summit Workshop on Water Quality and Quantity

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At a recent Tribal Water Summit, the California Indian Environmental Alliance and Big Valley Band of Pomo Indians held a workshop in collaboration with Mono Lake Kutzadika’s Tribe, Buena Vista

New Video Highlights San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority

News Story

The San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority is responsible for allocating funds raised by voter-approved Measure AA, the 2016 San Francisco Bay Clean Water, Pollution Prevention and Habitat

San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority Honors Sally Lieber

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The Governing Board of the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority this month honored outgoing Board Member Sally Lieber, who has been instrumental in the creation and ongoing success of the

Budget Belt-Tightening Squeezes Housing, Resilience, Transportation

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Gov. Gavin Newsom’s newly proposed state budget for the 2023-24 fiscal year includes major cuts to funding for housing, climate and transportation that were included in last year’s budget.

ABAG Briefing

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Recent news from the Association of Bay Area Governments.

Drinking Water Quality, Flooding, Trash Top Water Concerns of Disadvantaged and Tribal Communities

News Release

The quality of drinking water, flooding, lack of access to adequate green space, contamination and pollutants, and trash are among the most urgent water-related concerns facing low-income and tribal