Celebrating Fifteen Years: The San Francisco Bay Area Conservancy Program

The State Coastal Conservancy is celebrating the 15th anniversary of the San Francisco Bay Area Conservancy Program.  A new report highlights many of our accomplishments.

As outlined in the report, the Conservancy’s work in the Bay Area is focused on protecting the greenbelt; restoring wetlands, creeks and rivers; completing our regional trails – namely the Bay Trail, Ridge Trail, Coastal Trail, and Water Trail; supporting local farms and ranches; enhancing urban waterfronts; building education centers; and providing people, particularly children, with hands-on educational opportunities.  We do this work in all nine Bay Area counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma.

We look forward to the next fifteen years!  We are committed to protecting wildlife and the habitats they depend on and to connecting people and communities to the natural treasures of the Bay Area.