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SFBWQIF Projects Map
- SFBWQIF Projects and Grantee Details
Project/Grantee details are divided into three tables by project type.
Restoring Wetlands Map # Project Name * Grantee 2 Shoreline Habitat Restoration Save the Bay 3 Climate Change Adaptation Plan for Corte Madera Wetlands Bay Conservation and Development Commission 4 Bahia Restoration & Revegetation Project Marin Audubon Society 5 Yosemite Slough Wetlands Restoration California State Parks Foundation 6 Yosemite Slough Community Involvement Project California State Parks Foundation 7 Invasive Spartina Removal Invasive Spartina Project 8 Littorina Eradication Project Center for Research on Aquatic Bioinvasions 9 Eelgrass and Oyster Bed Habitat Restoration California Coastal Conservancy 10 Stonybrook Creek Bank Stabilization Alameda County Resource Conservation District 30 Pond A17 Tidal Marsh Restoration California Coastal Conservancy 36 Dutch Slough, Emerson Parcel Tidal Marsh Restoration, Contra Costa Co. California Coastal Conservancy 37 Cullinan Ranch Tidal Marsh Restoration Project, Ducks Unlimited 40 San Francisquito Creek Stabilization at Bonde Weir San Mateo Resource Conservation District 41 San Pablo Bay Tidal Marsh Enhancement and Water Quality Improvement Audubon California 44 Improved Flood Control Channel Design San Francisco Estuary Partnership 45 Quartermaster Reach Restoration Project Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy 47 Sears Point Tidal Marsh Restoration Sonoma Land Trust* Many projects take place in several locations. Restoring Watersheds Map # Project Name * Grantee 1 Stanley Reach Restoration Urban Creeks Council 11 Senador Mine Erosion Control Santa Clara County Parks 12/13 Implementing Napa Sediment TMDL: Protecting in Stream Flows for Fish California Land Stewardship Institute 14 South Bay Salt Ponds Mercury Monitoring Project USGS 15 Implementing Richardson Bay Sediment and Pathogen TMDLs County of Marin 16 Implementing Napa Sediment and Pathogen TMDLs Napa Resource Conservation District 17 Implementing Sonoma Sediment and Pathogen TMDLs Sonoma Ecology Center 18 Bay Area Stream Channel Restoration Design Curves Waterways Restoration Institute 19 SFEP Public Outreach San Francisco Estuary Partnership 20 Keep It Clean- Trash Reduction in the Bay Save the Bay 21 Implementing Sonoma Sediment and Pathogen TMDLs Southern Sonoma Resource Conservation District 22 Implementing SF Bay PCB TMDL BASMAA 23 GIS tracking of TMDL implementation San Francisco Estuary Institute 29 Coyote Creek Trash Reduction Project, Santa Clara Co. City of San Jose 31 Napa River Rutherford Reach Restoration Napa County 32 Napa River Oakville - Oak Knoll Restoration California Land Stewardship Institute 33 Napa River Sediment TMDL Tracking and Accounting system development Napa County 34 Napa River Ranch Water Quality Plan Development Napa County 35 Napa River Region Rural Roads Assessment Napa County 39 Reducing Residential Pesticide Use San Francisco Estuary Partnership 42 Reducing Packaging at Fast Food Establishments Clean Water Fund 43 Alameda Creek Restoration Alameda County Resource Conservation District 46 Napa River Restoration & Sediment TMDL Implementation Napa County 48 South Bay Salt Pond Mercury Studies California State Coastal Conservancy* Many projects take place in several locations. Greening Urban Development: Reducing Polluted Runoff Map # Project Name * Grantee 24 Mapping Impervious Surfaces in Alameda County Community Conservation International 25 Fremont Tree Well Filter Project City of Fremont 26 North Richmond Stormwater Diversion Pilot Project City of Richmond 27 Newcomb Avenue LID Model Project City of San Francisco 28 Cesar Chavez Street Green Infrastructure Project San Francisco Planning Department 38 San Pablo Avenue Green Stormwater Spine San Francisco Estuary Partnership* Many projects take place in several locations.
- SFBWQIF Partner Details
San Francisco Bay Water Quality Improvement Fund Partners 1 Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District 36 Resources Legacy Fund 2 Association of Bay Area Governments 37 San Francisco Department of Public Works 3 Bay Conservation and Development Commission 38 San Francisco Estuary Institute 4 California Department of Fish and Game 39 San Francisco Estuary Partnership 5 California Land Stewardship Institute 40 San Francisco Planning Department 6 California State Coastal Conservancy 41 San Francisco Public Utilities Commission 7 CCPuede 42 San José Destination: Home 8 California State Parks Foundation 43 San José Downtown Street Teams · 9 Caltrans 44 San José State University 10 Center for Research on Aquatic Bioinvasions 45 San José Strong Neighborhoods Initiative Program 11 City and County of San Francisco 46 Santa Clara County Parks 12 City of Albany 47 Santa Clara Valley Water District 13 City of Berkeley 48 Save the Bay 14 City of El Cerrito 49 Sonoma Ecology Center 15 City of Emeryville 50 Southern Sonoma County Resource Conservation District 16 City of Fremont 51 Urban Creeks Council 17 City of Oakland 52 US Fish and Wildlife Service 18 City of Richmond 53 Waterways Restoration Institute 19 City of San Carlos 54 California Department of Public Health 20 City of San José Environmental Services Department 55 Sonoma Land Trust 21 City of San Pablo 56 Alameda County Resource Conservation District 22 Community Conservation Solutions 57 Presidio Trust 23 Contra Costa Flood Control District 58 Clean Water Fund 24 County of Napa 59 National Audubon Society 25 Department of Water Resources 60 San Mateo Resource Conservation District 26 Ducks Unlimited 61 San Francisquito Creek Joint Powers Authority 27 Friends of the Urban Forest 62 Bay Area Flood Protection Agencies Association 28 Marin Audubon Society 63 San Francisco Bay Joint Venture 29 Marin County Department of Public Works 64 Marin County Flood Control District 30 Marin Municipal Water District 65 Contra Costa County Flood Control District 31 Napa County Resource Conservation District 66 Bay Protection Campaign 32 NOAA 67 Our Water Our World 33 North Bay Watershed Association 68 City of South San Francisco 34 Plant SF 69 San Mateo County 35 Reclamation District 2137
The SFBWQIF has invested over $27 million in 48 projects through 20 grant awards. These projects include 69 partners who are contributing an additional $103.6 million to restore wetlands and watersheds, and reduce polluted runoff.