San Francisco Bay Delta

EPA's Watershed Partners

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EPA and Federal Partners

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Working with our many federal partners is essential for improving water quality in the San Francisco Bay Delta Watershed. Some of the most important federal partners in the San Francisco Bay Delta Watershed include the US Army Corps of Engineers, US Fish and Wildlife Service, National Marine Fisheries Service, Natural Resource Conservation Service, and US Geological Survey.

EPA works with the US Army Corps of Engineers to jointly administer the Clean Water Act Wetlands Regulatory Program, lead the San Francisco Bay Long Term Management Strategy, and make progress on the Delta Long Term Management Strategy. Exit

We work closely with the US Fish and Wildlife Service and National Marine Fisheries Service to protect aquatic life and aquatic-dependent wildlife that are listed as threatened and endangered species under the Endangered Species Act.

EPA coordinates with the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) to leverage grant funding for water quality improvements using EPA grant programs and NRCS programs such as the Bay Delta Initiative.

And EPA uses water quality and aquatic habitat research conducted by the US Geological Survey on contaminants and habitat conditions in the watershed.

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EPA and California State Agencies

EPA works with many state agencies to ensure the goals of the CWA are met. Our primary partners administering the Clean Water Act in the San Francisco Bay Delta Watershed are the State Water Resources Control Board, the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board, and the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board.

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EPA and Other Partners

There are many organizations working to protect and preserve the watershed.  EPA maintains ongoing partnerships with many of these organizations to more efficiently achieve shared goals.
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