The San Francisco Estuary Partnership has opened public comment on 25 actions being assessed to promote a healthy, vibrant, resilient and thriving San Francisco Estuary by 2050.
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The Governing Board of the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority has authorized funding for two projects, one that addresses a sometimes flooded section of the Bay Trail in Marin County, with the
The San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority has announced its new executive officer, Amy Hutzel. Hutzel also has been appointed as executive officer of the State Coastal Conservancy, which provides
MTC Chair Alfredo Pedroza and ABAG Executive Board President Jesse Arreguín today lauded Congress for its passage of the nearly $1 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
At last week’s State of the Estuary Summit, communities took center stage in planning for a healthy, resilient estuary.
The San Francisco Estuary Partnership’s State of the Estuary Conference will take place as a free, one-day, online Summit this Friday.
The Protect and Restore America’s Estuaries Act, a bill reauthorizing and expanding the National Estuary Program (NEP) was signed into law this week. The bill, which passed Congress with bipartisan
The San Francisco Estuary Partnership is taking stock of milestones achieved during 2020. Despite the challenges imposed by the pandemic, partnerships throughout the region brought results that serve
The Bay Area will get a preview of California’s future this weekend as “king tides” roll in. The gravitational tug of the moon and sun, not climate change, is responsible for the extreme tides. But
The latest issue of ESTUARY News is out and has a fishy focus: There is a summary of 12 years of research on the fish-friendly Yolo Bypass, and a profile of a man who has spent a lifetime helping fish