Celebrating Fifteen Years: The San Francisco Bay Area Conservancy Program
Senator Feinstein by Judy Irving
“Congratulations to the Coastal Conservancy’s Bay Area Program for their remarkable accomplishments – made possible by their work with scores of private and public partners – to protect the region’s outstanding natural and scenic resources and make these resources accessible to this and future generations.
“Special thanks to the Conservancy for its leadership in planning and successfully implementing the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project, one of my highest priorities and proudest accomplishments.”
The Honorable Dianne Feinstein, United State Senator for California
The Coastal Conservancy’s Prop 68 Program Guidelines are available for public review and comment. These guidelines explain the process and criteria that the Conservancy will use to solicit applications, evaluate proposals, and award grants with Prop 68 funds under the Conservancy’s programs. Comments are due on November 12, 2018. Comments should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Read more on Proposition 68 Draft...)
The State Coastal Conservancy seeks the services of a construction manager, construction management firm or team (CM) to provide engineering, environmental, process oversight and related services to support construction of the Bel Marin Keys Unit V (BMKV) Phase 1 Project, located adjacent to the City of Novato in unincorporated Marin County. The CM will assist […] (Read more on Request For Services:...)
September 10, 2018 – Last week, the Board of the State Coastal Conservancy approved 17 grants totaling over $17.5 million for restoration, protection and public access projects along the California coast. Notably, among those was an authorization of $9.75 million to the Wildlands Conservancy for the acquisition of approximately 1,390 acres along the Santa Margarita River, […] (Read more on Coastal Conservancy Approves...)