Bay RestorationOn April 2, 2013 The Bay Institute hosted a Science Panel and Town Hall Meeting with scientists, shoreline managers and planners who are considering how best to prepare for higher sea level in San ...
Scientists identify four major impacts on the San Francisco Bay estuary that have transformed it from a thriving natural water body into an ecosystem on the verge of complete collapse: physical alt...
Partially aquatic, partially terrestial, the San Francisco Bay-Delta Estuary marshlands once covered 550,000 acres.
By the late 20th century, only seven percent of the original, historic tidal wetlands remained.
The marshlands were a nursery ground for juvenile fish and habitat for millions of migratory waterfowl and shorebirds.
The Bay Institute works with numerous other environmental and partner organizations to restore the marshlands.
The Bay Institute is raising funds and promoting public support to restore 100,000 acres of wetlands.
The largest coastal wetlands restoration project in the nation is underway in San Francisco Bay. The goal is to restore 100,000 acres of wetlands -- which have suffered from a century and half of manmade destruction -- over the next twenty years.