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The SFBJV is a partnership working to protect, restore and enhance wetlands for the benefit of wildlife and people in the Bay Area.
Since 1997, SFBJV partners have completed over 150 wetland habitat projects resulting in the conservation of over 70,000 acres of habitat.

Featured Project

Novato Watershed Program

The Novato Creek watershed drains 45 square miles from its headwaters above Stafford Lake, encompassing the western open ridgelines, suburban valleys, and an expansive leveed bayland adjacent to San Pablo Bay. Novato has experienced 12 major floods in the past 90 years, affecting residents, businesses, emergency response, transportation networks, and the overall economic vitality of the community.

Your Wetlands Podcast

Birding Around the Bay with SFBJV Coordinator Beth Huning

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