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Wetlands Restoration Is Working

There is a place you might have been to or know as Muir Beach. This is also the place where Redwood Creek meets the sea. Thanks to the efforts of many dedicated people, the health of this creek has been restored over the last several years providing a healthier ecosystem, critical habitat for birds and other wildlife and an improved floodplain.

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Alameda County Resource Conservation District - Wildlife-friendly Pond Restoration Program

The Alameda County Resource Conservation District (ACRCD) has partnered with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) for the past 11 years to implement the Wildlife-friendly Pond Restoration Program in Alameda County. The Program has been designed to provide incentives for prioritizing voluntary wetland restoration within the coastal watersheds of San Francisco Bay on both public and private lands. These incentives include streamlined permitting assistance, project planning and design, cost share assistance, and engineering/biological assistance during project implementation.

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Flood Control 2.0 Implementation Project: Lower Walnut Creek

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