Napa Sonoma Marsh Restoration Group

Purpose

The purpose of the Napa Sonoma Marsh Restoration Group (NSMRG) is to provide technical oversight, agency review and regional data information sharing on restoration projects throughout North Bay. Recent meetings have focused on:

  • Napa River Salt Marsh Restoration Project
  • Napa Plant Site Restoration Project
  • Sears Point Restoration Project
  • Cullinan Ranch Restoration Project
  • Skaggs Island Acquisition and Planning
  • Napa River Flood Control Project Activities

Meetings

Napa Sonoma Marsh Restoration Group meetings currently occur annually in the fall of each year. If you are interested in being added to the email announcement for the next meeting, please contact California Department of Fish and Wildlife Wildlife Biologist, Karen Taylor at Karen.Taylor@wildlife.ca.gov.

Core Contributors Through the Duration of the Project

  • US Army Corps of Engineers
  • California Department of Fish and Wildlife
  • California Coastal Conservancy
  • U.S. Geological Survey
  • GAIA, Inc.
  • Ducks Unlimited

Participants

Bay Conservation and Development Commission
Cargill
DHI Water and Environment
ESA
Hydroscience Engineers
ICF International
Napa County Resource Conservation District
National Audubon Society
National Estuarine Research Reserve
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
National Marine Fisheries Service/National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Pacific Gas and Electric
Point Blue Conservation Science
San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board
Save The Bay
Sonoma County Water Agency
San Francisco Bay Joint Venture
San Francisco Estuary Institute
San Francisco State University
Sonoma County Resource Conservation District
The Bay Institute
U.C. Davis
U.S. Department of Agriculture
U.S. EPA
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – Ecological Services
Wildlife Conservation Board

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