On June 25, 2015, the Coastal Conservancy awarded almost $2 million for 11 competitively selected projects to help California adapt to climate change. The funding came from the third grant round of the Climate Ready program, designed to help California’s coastal and San Francisco Bay Area communities prepare for rising seas, extreme storms, drought, and other effects of a changing climate. (more…)
A methodology for project proponents to financially benefit from reducing greenhouse gas emissions by accessing carbon markets through the conversion of land to wetlands and rice is now available in draft form. This methodology focuses on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, San Francisco Estuary and the coast of California. The Delta Conservancy held an initial stakeholder meeting to receive input from interested parties and the presentation from this meeting is available below. In the coming months, the methodology will be submitted to the American Carbon Registry for consideration. At this time, there will be further opportunities for public engagement as a part of the review and approval process.
For a copy of the presentation, click here.
For a copy of the draft Protocol, click here.
For answers to FAQs, click here.
Check out this great video about the California Coastal Trail by KCET, featuring San Diego County Supervisor Greg Cox and some fabulous footage of the California coast. For more information, visit the KCET web site here.
National Trails Day, the largest celebration of trails nationwide will be taking place on Saturday, June 6, 2015, and the Coastal Conservancy is sponsoring a variety of Bay Area events in partnership with the National Park Service, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, and others. Go to National Trails Day registration page to learn more about events in the Bay Area and to register for one in your community.
The Coastal Conservancy is updating its Strategic Plan to include priorities for Proposition 1 (Water Bond) expenditure, to update our Climate Change objectives and to address the newly created Santa Ana River Conservancy Program. The draft Strategic Plan Update is now available for public comment. Comments should be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to our office. Comments are due May 1, 2015.
In January 2015 the Coastal Conservancy awarded more than $2 million for 11 competitively selected projects to help California adapt to climate change. The funding came from the second grant round of the Climate Ready program, designed to help California’s coastal and San Francisco Bay Area communities prepare for rising seas, drought, warming temperatures, and other effects of a changing climate.
A Wheelchair Rider’s Guide to the California Coast (www.wheelingcalscoast.org/) has been expanded to include the entire coastline of California and the shoreline of San Francisco Bay. Wheelchair-accessible sites in the South Coast, North Coast, and San Francisco Bay Area were recently added to the website, which was launched in 2010.
Conservancy Meeting Dates 2015
- January 29, 2015
- March 26, 2015
- June 25, 2015
- October 1, 2015
- December 3, 2015
- Conservancy Board Book Archives 2003 - 2014
- Climate Change Resources
- Coastal Conservancy Strategic Plan 2013-2018
- Conservancy Brochure
- Conservancy’s 10 Year Funding Plan
- Grant Application Form
- Public Meeting Notices
- Public Notices
- Public Records Request
- Request for Qualifications
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Related Websites and Agencies
- A Wheelchair Rider's Guide to the California Coast
- California Coastal Trail
- Ocean Protection Council
- CA Climate Change Portal
- Mapping the Historical Wetlands of the Southern California Coast
- Southern California Wetlands Recovery Project
- Ormond Beach Wetlands Restoration Project
- Ballona Wetlands Restoration
- San Francisco Bay Area Conservancy
- Habitat Goals Projects
- South Bay Salt Ponds
- Invasive Spartina Project
- San Francisco Bay Trail
- Bay Area Ridge Trail
- San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail
- Transit & Trails
- Bay Area Open Space Council
- State of the Birds Report for SF Bay
- The Natural Resources Agency
- San Francisco Bay Conservation & Development Commission
- California Coastal Commission
- Wildlife Conservation Board
- California Department of Parks and Recreation
- California Department of Fish and Wildlife
- State Water Resources Control Board
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