Living Shorelines Construction in San Francisco Bay Has Started!
The San Francisco Bay Living Shorelines: Near-shore Linkages (Living Shorelines) Project is a multi-objective habitat restoration pilot project. It is managed by the State Coastal Conservancy in collaboration with biological and physical scientists at San Francisco State University, University of California at Davis, U.S. Geological Survey Western Ecological Research Center, and consultants from ENVIRON Corporation, Isla Arena Associates, Inc. and ESA-PWA. The two landowners are supportive of this project, including The Nature Conservancy for the San Rafael site, and the Wildlife Conservation Board for the Hayward site. The funders include the State Coastal Conservancy, EPA/San Francisco Estuary Partnership, the Wildlife Conservation Board, and NOAA Fisheries. The project is being constructed by the Wildlife Conservation Board and Dixon Marine Services.
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