Green Infrastructure

Technical Assistance

The Transforming Urban Water Initiative is collaboratively advancing innovative nature-based solutions for the San Francisco Bay shoreline. The Initiative works with local governments, regulators

The San Francisco Estuary Partnership provides administrative and capacity-building support for projects funded through the Bay Area Integrated Regional Water Management Program. Over the past 20

The Roadmap of Funding Solutions for Sustainable Streets was developed to identify and remedy obstacles to funding for Sustainable Street projects, which are defined as projects that include both

The GreenPlan-IT website is a versatile tool set that helps aid municipalities with their efforts to place green infrastructure in the landscape and track the effectiveness of these installations.

The Palo Alto Horizontal Levee Pilot project is a novel and innovative initiative that links nature-based solutions to achieve habitat improvement, public access, flood protection and water quality

Urban greening has the potential to address many challenges in the built environment, from stormwater runoff and flood prevention to reducing greenhouse gases and increasing mental health benefits. As

The Oro Loma Living Laboratory is designed to study the concept of a horizontal levee. Instead of a traditional levee to protect against storm surges, a horizontal levee uses vegetation on a gentle

San Francisco Estuary Partnership's Green Streets Program resources are designed for municipal officials and staff who want to learn more about planning for, funding, and implementing green

The First Mile Horizontal Levee is an innovative nature-based shoreline adaptation project located on the City of Hayward shoreline. The project will apply the concept behind the Oro Loma Horizontal