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Explanation and Contact Info

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1 PRELIMINARY LISTING OF MANAGED WETLANDS, HABITAT RESTORATION PROJECTS AND METHYLMERCURY-RELATED WETLAND RESEARCH IN THE SACRAMENTO-SAN JOAQUIN DELTA ESTUARY & CENTRAL VALLEY
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Explanation & Contact Information
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This Excel file contains a preliminary listing of existing managed wetlands, restoration projects, conservation banks, and wetland and mercury research projects in the Delta and its upstream watersheds in the Central Valley.
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If you have any questions or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact Michelle Wood (916-464-4650, mlwood@waterboards.ca.gov).
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The "Managed Wetlands" spreadsheet contains two columns, "Restoration Projects at Site" and "Research Studies at Site", that refer to other spreadsheets in the database.  If a "yes" entry is found in either one or both of these columns, more specific information about the project or study at the managed wetland can be found in the "Research Projects" and "Restoration Projects" spreadsheets.

Column Descriptions

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1 This is a preliminary compilation of attributes.  When submitting information, researchers and managers should use attributes that best describe their projects, even if those attributes are not listed on the below table.  These attributes are intended to provide suggestions for entries.
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Column Name Description
4 Name of Habitat Area or Project Restoration Project, Study or Habitat Area Name
5 Water Board Region Number(s) of the Regional Water Board(s) that the project is found within   2= San Francisco Bay; 5= Central Valley
6 Purpose For example, recovery of ecological function, mitigation for impacts of another project, research
7 Type For example, existing managed wetlands, enhancement of existing wetlands, restoration of wetlands that previously existed, or creation of wetlands where previously none existed
8 Status For example, existing wetland or proposed, in-progress, or completed restoration project
9 Anticipated completion date For proposed & in-progress projects
10 Landowner(s) Landowner(s)
11 Managing agency Agency, institute, or organization managing project or study
12 Sponsors For example, funding source
13 Wildlife Species of Concern Protected Specific wildlife species of concern that the project is intended to protect or enhance
14 Project Benefits For example, specific benefits expected of the project or beneficial uses protected by the project
15 Regulatory and statutory impetus and constraints for project, if any Regulations requiring and/or constraining the project, if any.
16 Names of component sites List of component names if a project has multiple locations
17 Existing & planned habitats for component sites For example, tidal, muted tidal, managed marsh with water control structures, perennial non-tidal, seasonal non-tidal, mixed hydrology
18 Existing & planned acreage for each component site or project Planned and/or existing acreage of wetland habitat of each component site.  In some cases the reported area includes adjacent uplands or other areas.
19 Project location Latitude & longitude for all component sites; please provide ArcView shape files if available
20 County County
21 Nearest waterway(s) Name of nearest waterway per U.S. Geological Survey 7.5 minute topographic quadrangle
22 Characteristics of restored area For example, vegetation types, water depths, etc.
23 Any MeHg Monitoring? Does the project include mercury monitoring? (Y, N, maybe)
24 MeHg Monitoring Details For example, in what type of media (fish, sediment and/or water), what types of analytes (inorganic mercury and/or methylmercury), when (before & after project construction), frequency, duration, source and/or return water, receiving water, cost budgeted.  If part of a bigger project, summarize only the wetland/MeHg portion.
25 Contact information for project manager Name, address, telephone, email
26 Any additional comments, or citations or Internet addresses for project reports Additional information, such as internet links for project documents, etc.
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Managed Wetlands

  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U
1 Name of Habitat Area Website or other source of key information Water Board Region Type Restoration Projects at site Research Studies at site Landowner(s) Wildlife species of concern protected Specific benefits of habitat area Names of component sites Existing habitats for component sites Existing & planned acreage for each component site County Nearest waterway(s) Characteristics of habitat area Any MeHg Monitoring? MeHg Monitoring Details Contact information for project manager Any additional comments, or citations or Internet addresses for project reports Comments Additional Contact Info
2 Bufferlands. Upper Beach Lake Wildlife area http://www.srcsd.com/buffer.html 5 Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Y N SRCSD       wetlands, grasslands, riparian forest habitat 550 acres       N   Bryan Young                  
Bufferlands Manager 
youngb@saccounty.net
    Bryan Young                 Bufferlands Manager 
Email: youngb@saccounty.net
3 Butte Sink Wildlife Management Area http://www.fws.gov/sacramentovalleyrefuges/butte.htm 5 Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Y N Conservation easements purchaced by USFWS, land is privately owned       wetlands- seasonal and permanent 10,987 acres Sutter Sacramento River   N   Sacramento NWR Complex  
752 Country Road 99W  
Willows, California 95988 
sacramentovalleyrefuges@fws.gov
     
Colusa National Wildlife Refuge http://www.fws.gov/sacramentovalleyrefuges/colusa.htm 5 Existing managed wetlands N N USFWS Giant Garter Snake, Palmate Bird's Beak     seasonal marsh, permanent ponds 4,956 acres Colusa Sacramento River   N   Sacramento NWR Complex  
752 Country Road 99W  
Willows, California 95988 
sacramentovalleyrefuges@fws.gov
    Sacramento NWR Complex  
752 Country Road 99W  
Willows, California 95988 
sacramentovalleyrefuges@fws.gov
5 Cosumnes River Preserve http://www.cosumnes.org/project.htm 5   Y N The Nature Conservancy       freshwater seasonal and year round wetland 1,500 acres   Cosumnes   N   Mark Ackerman  
CA BLM- Cosumnes River Preserve  
Mark.Ackerman@ca.blm.gov
    The Nature Conservancy
6 Delevan National Wildlife Refuge http://www.fws.gov/sacramentovalleyrefuges/delevan.htm 5 Existing managed wetlands N N USFWS Tule White-Fronted Geese     seasonal marsh, permanent ponds 5,797 acres Colusa Sacramento River   N   Sacramento NWR Complex  
752 Country Road 99W  
Willows, California 95988 
sacramentovalleyrefuges@fws.gov
    Sacramento NWR Complex  
752 Country Road 99W  
Willows, California 95988 
sacramentovalleyrefuges@fws.gov
7 Feather River Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region2/featherriver.html 5 Existing managed wetlands N N CA Department of Fish and Game Chinook Salmon, waterfowl   Abbott Lake, O'Conner Lake, Star Bend, Lake of the Woods, Nelson Slough Fresh Emergent Wetland, Riparian 2,522 acres Sutter and Yuba Feather River   N          
Fremont Weir Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region2/fremontweir.html 5 Existing managed wetlands N N CA Department of Fish and Game       Fresh Emergent Wetland, Riparian 210 acres Sutter and Yolo Sacramento River   N          
Grasslands Wildlife Management Area (part of San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Complex) http://www.fws.gov/sanluis/GWMA.htm 5 Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Y N Conservation easements purchaced by USFWS, land is privately owned       palustrine emergent wetlands, riparian uplands 65,000 acres Merced San Joaquin River   N          
10  Gray Lodge Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region2/graylodge/index.html 5 Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Y N CA Department of Fish and Game Sandhill Crane, migratory waterfowl     Fresh Emergent Wetland, Riparian 6,300 acres Butte Sacramento River   N   Gray Lodge Wildlife Area 
3207 Rutherford Rd. 
Gridley, CA  95948-9332
     
11  Kern National Wildlife Refuge http://www.fws.gov/pacific/refuges/field/CA_Kern.htm 5 Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Y N USFWS migratory waterfowl and shorebirds     Seasonal Fresh Emergent Wetland, Riparian, vernal pools 6,185 acres Kern Tulare Lake Basin   N   Kern NWR Complex 
P.O. Box 670 
Delano, California 93216 
(661) 725-2767
    Kern NWR Complex 
P.O. Box 670 
Delano, California 93216 
(661) 725-2767
12 Los Banos Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region4/losbanos.html 5 Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Y N CA Department of Fish and Game       Fresh Emergent Wetland, Riparian 6,217 acres Merced San Joaquin River   N          
13  Lower Sherman Island Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region2/lowersherman.html 5 Existing managed wetlands N N CA Department of Fish and Game       Estuarine Wetland, Riparian 3,115 acres Sacramento Delta   N          
14  Mendota Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region4/mendota.html 5 Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Y N CA Department of Fish and Game White-faced Ibis, Great Blue Heron     Fresh Emergent Wetland, Riparian 11,800 acres Fresno Fresno Slough   N          
15  Merced National Wildlife Refuge http://www.fws.gov/refuges/profiles/index.cfm?id=11652 5 Existing managed wetlands N N USFWS Sandhill Crane, migratory waterfowl, shorebids     seasonal and semi-permanent wetlands 2,176 acres Merced San Joaquin River   N   Rich Albers 
Rich_Albers@fws.gov
    Rich Albers 
Rich_Albers@fws.gov
16 North Central Valley Wildlife Management Area http://www.fws.gov/sacramentovalleyrefuges/ncentral.htm 5 Existing managed wetlands N N Conservation easements purchaced by USFWS, land is privately owned Migratory waterfowl     wetlands- seasonal (winter) 11,811 acres   Sacramento River   N   Sacramento NWR Complex  
752 Country Road 99W  
Willows, California 95988 
sacramentovalleyrefuges@fws.gov
    Sacramento NWR Complex  
752 Country Road 99W  
Willows, California 95988 
sacramentovalleyrefuges@fws.gov
17 North Grasslands Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region4/northgrasslands.html 5 Existing managed wetlands Y N CA Department of Fish and Game Swainson's Hawk, Sandhill Crane     Fresh Emergent Wetland, Riparian, Lakes, Sloughs 7,069 acres Merced and Stanislaus San Joaquin River   N          
18  Pixley National Wildlife Refuge http://www.fws.gov/pacific/refuges/field/CA_Pixley.htm 5 Existing managed wetlands N N USFWS migratory waterfowl and shorebirds     Seasonal Fresh Emergent Wetland 400 acres Tulare Tulare Lake Basin   N   Kern NWR Complex 
P.O. Box 670 
Delano, California 93216 
(661) 725-2767
    Kern NWR Complex 
P.O. Box 670 
Delano, California 93216 
(661) 725-2767
19 Rhode Island Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region2/rhodeisland.html 5 Existing managed wetlands N N CA Department of Fish and Game       Fresh-Brackish Emergent Wetland, Riparian 67 acres Contra Costa Delta   N          
20  Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge http://www.fws.gov/sacramentovalleyrefuges/sac.htm 5 Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Y N USFWS       seasonal marsh, permanent ponds 10,783 acres Glenn and Colusa Sacramento River   N   Sacramento NWR Complex  
752 Country Road 99W  
Willows, California 95988 
sacramentovalleyrefuges@fws.gov
     
21  Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge http://www.fws.gov/sacramentovalleyrefuges/sacriver.htm 5 Existing managed wetlands N N USFWS Chinook Salmon, hundreds of migratory songbirds     riparian habitat, wetlands, uplands, and intensively managed walnut, almond, and prune orchards 10,000 acres Tehama, Glenn and Butte Sacramento River   N   Sacramento NWR Complex  
752 Country Road 99W  
Willows, California 95988 
sacramentovalleyrefuges@fws.gov
    Sacramento NWR Complex  
752 Country Road 99W  
Willows, California 95988 
sacramentovalleyrefuges@fws.gov
22 San Luis National Wildlife Refuge http://www.fws.gov/sanluis/ 5 Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Y N USFWS sandhill cranes, long-billed curlew, San Joaquin kit fox   Kesterson Unit, East and West Bear Creek Units, Blue Goose Unit Fresh Emergent Wetland, vernal pools 6,824 acres Merced Bear Creek, Salt Slough, and San Joaquin River   N   San Luis NWR Complex 
P.O. Box 2176 
Los Banos, CA 93635
     
23  Spenceville Wildlife Management and Recreation Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region2/spenceville.html 5 Existing managed wetlands N N CA Department of Fish and Game       Grassland, Foothill Oak, managed wetlands 81 acres Nevada and Yuba Dry Creek   N   (530) 538-2236      
24  Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge http://www.fws.gov/stonelakes/ 5 Existing managed wetlands N N USFWS valley elderberry longhorn beetle, Swainson's hawk, and greater sandhill crane     Seasonal and permanent wetlands, Riparian Forest 4,065 acres Sacramento Morrison Creek, Cosumnes and Mokelumne river, Delta   N   Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge 
1624 Hood-Franklin Road 
Elk Grove, CA 95757
    Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge 
1624 Hood-Franklin Road 
Elk Grove, CA 95757
25 Sutter National Wildlife Refuge http://www.fws.gov/sacramentovalleyrefuges/sutter.htm 5 Existing managed wetlands N N USFWS White-faced Ibis     seasonal marsh, permanent ponds 2,591 acres Sutter Sacramento River   N   Sacramento NWR Complex  
752 Country Road 99W  
Willows, California 95988 
sacramentovalleyrefuges@fws.gov
    Sacramento NWR Complex  
752 Country Road 99W  
Willows, California 95988 
sacramentovalleyrefuges@fws.gov
26 Upper Butte Basin Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region2/upperbuttebasin.html 5 Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Y N CA Department of Fish and Game Giant Garter Snake, migratory birds   Little Dry Creek Unit, Llano Seco Unit, Howard Slough Unit Fresh Emergent Wetland, Riparian 6,800 acres Butte and Glenn Little Dry Creek and Little Chico Creek   N          
27  Volta Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region4/volta.html 5 Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Y N CA Department of Fish and Game       Fresh Emergent Wetland 2,891 acres Merced San Joaquin River   N          
28  White Slough Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region2/whiteslough.html 5 Existing managed wetlands N N CA Department of Fish and Game       Fresh Emergent Wetland, Riparian 880 acres San Joaquin Delta   N          
29  Willow Creek-Lurline Wildlife Management Area http://www.fws.gov/sacramentovalleyrefuges/willowck.htm 5 Existing managed wetlands N N Conservation easements purchaced by USFWS, land is privately owned Migratory waterfowl     wetlands- seasonal (winter) 6,358 acres   Sacramento River   N   Sacramento NWR Complex  
752 Country Road 99W  
Willows, California 95988 
sacramentovalleyrefuges@fws.gov
    Sacramento NWR Complex  
752 Country Road 99W  
Willows, California 95988 
sacramentovalleyrefuges@fws.gov
30 Winchester Gun Club http://www.ducks.org/Page2479.aspx 5 Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Y N private property migratory waterfowl, shorebirds     palustrine emergent wetlands, riparian uplands 49 acres Butte Sacramento River   N          
31  Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region2/yolo/ 5 Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Y N CA Department of Fish and Game       Annual Grassland, Fresh Emergent Wetland, Perennial Grassland, Valley Foothill Riparian 4,066 acres Yolo Putah Creek   N   Dave Feliz 
dfeliz@dfg.ca.gov 
Wildlife Area Manager 
(530) 757-2461
     
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Restoration Projects

  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y
1 Name of Habitat Area or Project Website or other source of key information Water Board Region Purpose Type Status Project Period Anticipated completion date Landowner(s) Managing agency Sponsors Wildlife species of concern protected Project benefits Regulatory & statutory impetus & constraints for project, if any Names of component sites Existing & planned habitats for component sites Existing & planned acreage for each component site or project County Nearest waterway(s) Characteristics of restored area Any MeHg Monitoring? MeHg Monitoring Details Contact information for project manager Any additional comments, or citations or Internet addresses for project reports Additionl Contact Info
2 Albany Bulb Lagoon* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 creation of wetlands, Plan to breach dike to form tidal lagoons, island for nesting birds   planned     City of Albany City of Albany California Dept. of Parks & Rec         Mixed Hydrology,  
Intertidal, Shallow Lagoon/Marsh
6.7 acres   SF Bay   N   Ann Cheney  
City of Albany, Community Devt. Dept.  
1000 San Pablo Avenue  
Albany CA 94706 
 
Doug Lovell 
Streamborn Consulting Services  
900 Santa Fe Ave.  
Albany CA 94706
  Ann Cheney  
City of Albany, Community Devt. Dept. 1000 San Pablo Avenue Albany CA 94706 
 
Doug Lovell 
Streamborn Consulting Services 900 Santa Fe Ave. Albany CA 94706
3 Albany Salt Marsh Expansion   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Enhancement, Restoration   planned     Magna Corporation (Golden Gate Fields)   CSCC         Tidal Wetland Unmapped   SF Bay   N   Ann Cheney  
City of Albany 
Community Devt. Dept.  
1000 San Pablo Avenue  
Albany CA 94706 
 
Susan Schwartz 
Friends of Five Creeks  
1236 Oxford Street  
Berkeley CA 94709  
f5creeks@aol.com
  Ann Cheney  
City of Albany, Community Devt. Dept. 1000 San Pablo Avenue Albany CA 94706 
 
Susan Schwartz 
Friends of Five Creeks 1236 Oxford Street Berkeley CA 94709 f5creeks@aol.com
4 Alder Creek Watershed Planning http://www.watershedrestoration.water.ca.gov/watersheds/downloads/psp2005/grant_award.doc 5     unknown       City Of Folsom California Bay-Delta Authority (CALFED)               Alder Creek, 
American
  N   Sam Spiegel, Interim City Manager 
admindept@folsom.ca.us
  Sam Spiegel, Interim City Manager 
admindept@folsom.ca.us
5 American Canyon* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Restoration Creation, Mitigation   planned       John Wankum, City City of American Canyon 
California Bay-Delta Authority
        Tidal Wetland 622.6 acres   Napa River   N   John Wankum 
City of Napa 
 
California Department of Fish and Game 
Philip Williams & Associates
  John Wankum, City 
California Department of Fish and Game, Philip Williams & Associates
6 Assessment Of Restoration   5     unknown       UC Davis - Hydrologic Research Laboratory                 Indian Creek, Feather    maybe        
Assessment Of Riparian Wetlands As Buffer Zones For Water Quality In The San Joaquin River   5     unknown       University Of The Pacific                 San Joaquin River Valley   maybe        
Bahia Acquisition and Tidal Wetland Restoration http://www.cooperativeconservationamerica.org/viewproject.asp?pid=913 2 Project to permanently protect a 632-acre property consisting of unique native oak woodlands and diked/filled wetlands and to restore significant acreage of tidal wetlands.   unknown       Marin Audubon Society           Tidal Wetland     North SF Bay   N   Barbara Salzman 
Marin Audubon Society 
bsalzman@att.net
  Barbara Salzman 
Marin Audubon Society 
bsalzman@att.net
9 Bair Island SFO Mitigation* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Restoration Creation   11 completed sites     California Department of Fish and Game   San Francisco Airport         Tidal Wetland, Seasonal Non-Tidal Wetland 220.1 acres   SF Bay   N   Carl Wilcox  
California Department of Fish and Game  
P.O. Box 47 Yountville CA 94599  
cwilcox@dfg.ca.gov 
 
Lisa Stallings  
Life Science, Sacramento, CA
  Carl Wilcox California  
Department of Fish and Game  
P.O. Box 47 Yountville CA 94599  
cwilcox@dfg.ca.gov 
 
Lisa Stallings  
Life Science Sacramento CA
10 Bair Island, USFWS* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Restoration   3 planned sites     United States Fish and Wildlife Service             Tidal Wetland 1385.4 acres   SF Bay   N   Clyde Morris  
United States Fish and Wildlife Service  
P.O. Box 524 Newark CA 94560  
clyde_morris@fws.gov
  Clyde Morris  
United States Fish and Wildlife Service  
P.O. Box 524 Newark CA 94560  
clyde_morris@fws.gov
11 Battle Creek - Chinook Salmon &  Steelhead Restoration Study http://mercury.ornl.gov/metadata/nbii/html/nrpi/www.ice.ucdavis.edu_nrpi_xml_nrpi-9523.html 5 This project collects data to create a watershed plan that will comprise a part of the overall watershed strategy used for implementing the Battle Creek Salmon and Steelhead Restoration Project.  
  completed Jun-97                       Battle Creek   N   Jeff Swanson 
Bill Kier Associates 
(530) 225-8773
  Jeff Swanson, Bill Kier Associates, (530) 225-8773
12 Bayside Business Park Phase II* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Restoration, Mitigation for Bayside Business Park   completed     United States Fish and Wildlife Service   King & Lyons         Tidal Wetland, Managed Marsh, Non-Tidal Wetland, Stormwater Treatment Basin, SMHM Preserve, Tidal lagoon, managed pickleweed marsh 271.0 acres   SF Bay   N   Clyde Morris  
United States Fish and Wildlife Service  
P.O. Box 524  
Newark CA 94560  
clyde_morris@fws.gov 
 
John Zentner 
Zentner & Zentner 
johnz@zentner.com 
 
Donna Olsen 
Tri-City Ecology Center 
95 Linden St., Suite 6  
Oakland CA 94607
  Clyde Morris  
United States Fish and Wildlife Service  
P.O. Box 524 Newark CA 94560  
clyde_morris@fws.gov 
 
John Zentner 
Zentner & Zentner 
johnz@zentner.com 
 
Donna Olsen 
Tri-City Ecology Center 
95 Linden St., Suite 6 Oakland CA 94607
13 Bear River Watershed Group http://www.ice.ucdavis.edu/nrpi/NRPIDescription.asp?ProjectPK=8023 5 Develop a viable working group of all interested stakeholders. 
Develop a disturbance inventory. 
Provide educational outreach to all interested stakeholders. 
Develop a volunteer-based water quality-monitoring program. 
Coordinate a mercury demonstration project. 
  In progress         California Bay-Delta Authority (CALFED), Department of Conservation         various river/ riparian 320000 Acres   Bear River   Y   Lesa Osterholm       
NCRCD Manager / Bear River Watershed Coordinator    
Nevada County Resource Conservation District   
113 Presley Way Ste#1  
Grass Valley, CA 95945   
(530) 272-3417   
lesa-osterholm@ca.nacdnet.org                                                    
 
Charlie Alpers 916-278-3134 
cnalpers@usgs.gov
  Lesa Osterholm       
NCRCD Manager / Bear River Watershed Coordinator    
Nevada County Resource Conservation District   
113 Presley Way Ste#1  
Grass Valley, CA 95945   
(530) 272-3417   
lesa-osterholm@ca.nacdnet.org                                                    
 
Charlie Alpers 916-278-3134 
cnalpers@usgs.gov
14 Bel Marin Keys Unit 5* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 restore important tidal wetland habitat   planned         California State Coastal Conservancy, United States Army Corps of Engineers, San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission         Tidal Wetland 1564.4 acres   SF Bay   N   Tom Gandesbery  
California State Coastal Conservancy
  Tom Gandesbery  
California State Coastal Conservancy
15 Beldon's Landing   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     unknown                     15.2 acres       N        
16  Benicia Waterfront Marsh Restoration - Phase I http://mercury.ornl.gov/metadata/nbii/html/nrpi/www.ice.ucdavis.edu_nrpi_xml_nrpi-9634.html 2 This project will restore 8 acres of degraded salt marsh habitat along the Benicia waterfront in downtown Benicia for the benefit of several important plant and animal species.   completed Feb 99- Sept 99                 tidal flow, marsh area, wetlands 8       N   Michael Alvarez 
City of Benecia  
(707) 746-6287
  City of Benecia  
Michael Alvarez   
(707) 746-6287
17 Berkeley Meadows* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Enhancement, Restoration, No design concept for seasonal wetlands, just intent to restore   planned     CA Dept. of Parks & Recreation   East Bay Regional Parks District, California State Coastal Conservancy         Seasonal Non-Tidal Wetland 55.2 acres   SF Bay   N   Steve Granholm  
LSA Associates, Inc.  
157 Park Place Pt.  
Richmond CA 94801  
steve.granholm@lsa-assoc.com 
 
Betty Graham  
Regional Water Quality Control Board
  Steve Granholm  
LSA Associates, Inc.  
157 Park Place Pt. Richmond CA 94801  
steve.granholm@lsa-assoc.com 
 
Betty Graham  
Regional Water Quality Control Board
18 Berry Patch I Enhancement http://www.ducks.org/Page2481.aspx 5 Increased wetland acreage for migrating and wintering waterfowl and other waterbirds, increased riparian acrage for neotropical migrants, improved water quality, improved water conveyance and control capabilities to allow better habitat management and improve efficiency of water use, and provided fish-safe water to many acres of wetlands and wildlife-friendly agriculture (i.e., winter flooded rice).   Completed     private property Ducks Unlimited   migratory waterfowl, shorebirds, neotropical migrants, raptors       palustrine emergent wetlands, riparian uplands 95 acres Butte Sacramento River   N        
19  Big Break and Marsh Creek Water Quality and Habitat Restoration Program   
(Marsh Creek Watershed Restoration And Outreach Program)
http://calwater.ca.gov/Programs/EcosystemRestoration/2002_Proposals/BigBreakProposal_29DA.pdf 
 
http://www.coastalconservancy.ca.gov/sccbb/0604bb/0604Board18C_Marsh_Creek_Watershed.pdf
5 Habitat Restoration, water quality assessment and monitoring, This project will educate citizens about ecological processes and to further develop a long-term and locally supported watershed stewardship plan. Plans will also be developed for floodplain and tidal marsh restoration along lower Marsh Creek, adjacent to the Dutch Slough restoration project.   in progress- planning phase April 2004-     Natural Heritage  
Institute
CALFED       delta, marsh creek, big break, sampling upstream, at restoration site and dowstream shallow water, marsh habitat, Tidal Wetland 29   central and west delta, Marsh Creek   Y (Water-THg, DHg, MeHg, Monthy sampling at 5 sites on Lower Marsh Creek- unsure of this!) 
THg in fish, sediment and plants 
Hg sampling upstream in Marsh Creek and in Big Break 
mentioned measuring background levels and levels before, during and after restoration 
CF and PM advised to measure MeHg in discharge of creek/ wetland
Mary Small 
State Coastal Conservancy 
1330 Broadway 1100  
Oakland, CA 94612 
(510) 286-4181  
msmall@scc.ca.gov      
 
John Cain  
Natural Heritage Institute  
jcain@n-h-i.org 
(415) 693-3000 x 108 
 
Jeff Melby  
State Costal Conservancy   
jmelby@scc.ca.gov 
 
Mary Grim  
RCD Watershed Coordinator 
(925) 672-6522 x113  
mary.grim@ca.nacdnet.net
  mary small 
State Coastal Conservancy 
1330 Broadway 1100 Oakland, CA 94612 
510 286-4181 
msmall@scc.ca.gov    
 
jeff melby    
jmelby@scc.ca.gov 
 
John Cain  
Natural Heritage Institute  
jcain@n-h-i.org 
(415) 693-3000 x 108 
 
Mary Grim  
RCD Watershed Coordinator 
(925) 672-6522 x113  
mary.grim@ca.nacdnet.net  
 
 
20 Blacklock   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                   Tidal Wetland 65.0 acres       N        
21  Bothin Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Restoration, Mitigation   completed     Marin County Open Space (?)   San Francisco Yacht Club         Tidal Wetland .5 acres   SF Bay   N   Bob Batha  
San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission  
50 California St., 26th Floor  
San Francisco CA 94111  
bobb@bcdc.ca.gov
  Bob Batha  
San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission  
50 California St., 26th Floor San Francisco CA 94111  
bobb@bcdc.ca.gov
22 Breuner Marsh Mitigation Bank http://www.sfwetlands.ca.gov/projects.html 2 This unique project stands to be the first such mitigation bank along the shores of San Francisco Bay and offers opportunities for tidal salt marsh and seasonal wetland creation, enhancement and preservation. Mitigation opportunities associated with the Breuner property would allow both seasonal and tidal salt marsh creation, enhancement and preservation.   proposed                         SF Bay   N   Stan Davis  
David Guthridge  
Bay Area Wetlands
  Stan Davis  
David Guthridge  
Bay Area Wetlands
23 Breuners Mitigation Bank   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned         Olberding         Mixed Hydrology 109.1 acres       N   Jeff Olberding   Jeff Olberding
24 Burfferlands. Upper Beach Lake Wildlife area http://www.srcsd.com/buffer.html 5   Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Completed     SRCSD SRCSD SRCSD         wetlands, grasslands, riparian forest habitat 550 acres       N   Bryan Young                  
Bufferlands Manager 
youngb@saccounty.net
   
25  Burlingame Lagoon   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Restoration, Mitigation   completed     City of Burlingame             Tidal Wetland, Tidal lagoon, wet most of the time Unmapped   SF Bay   N   Meg Monroe 
City of Burlingame 
501 Primrose Rd 
 
Frank Erbacher 
City of Burlingame, Public Works
  Meg Monroe 
City of Burlingame 
501 Primrose Rd 
 
Frank Erbacher 
City of Burlingame, Public Works
26 Butte Basin- Live Oak Restoration http://www.ducks.org/Page2474.aspx 5 Increased wetland acreage for migrating and wintering waterfowl and other waterbirds, increased riparian acrage for neotropical migrants, improved water quality, improved water conveyance and control capabilities to allow better habitat management and improve efficiency of water use, and provided fish-safe water to many acres of wetlands and wildlife-friendly agriculture (i.e., winter flooded rice).   Completed     private property Ducks Unlimited   migratory waterfowl       palustrine emergent wetlands 55 acres Butte Sacramento River   N        
27  Butte Sink Wildlife Management Area http://www.fws.gov/sacramentovalleyrefuges/butte.htm 
 
http://www.ducks.org/Page2482.aspx
5 Increased wetland acreage for migrating and wintering waterfowl and other waterbirds, increased riparian acrage for neotropical migrants, improved water quality, improved water conveyance and control capabilities to allow better habitat management and improve efficiency of water use, and provided fish-safe water to many acres of wetlands and wildlife-friendly agriculture (i.e., winter flooded rice). Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Completed     Conservation easements purchaced by USFWS, land is privately owned Ducks Unlimited North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA)   improved water and vegetation management capabilities.     wetlands- seasonal and permanent 700 acres Sutter Sacramento River   N   Sacramento NWR Complex  
752 Country Road 99W  
Willows, California 95988 
sacramentovalleyrefuges@fws.gov
   
28  CalTrans Mitigation Site   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     unknown                     21.6 acres       N        
29  Canalways   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned         Friends of Canalways 
San Rafael 
Marine Audubon Society
        non-tidal wetland 101.9 acres   SF Bay   N   Barbara Salzman 
Marine Audubon Society
  Barbara Salzman 
Marine Audubon Society
30 Cargill Mitigation Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Restoration, Mitigation   completed     Cargill Salt             Muted Tidal wetland 49.2 acres   SF Bay   N   Bob Douglas 
Cargill Salt 
7220 Central Ave.  
Newark CA 94560
  Bob Douglas 
Cargill Salt 
7220 Central Ave. Newark CA 94560
31 Central Avenue Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Restoration, Mitigation   completed     CalTrans             Tidal wetland Unmapped       N        
32  Central Avenue Marsh, Albany Sequel   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Restoration, Mitigation   completed     CalTrans             Tidal wetland Unmapped   SF Bay   N   Chuck Morton 
Caltrans 
P.O. Box 23660  
Oakland CA 94623 
Chuck_Morton@dot.ca.gov
  Chuck Morton 
Caltrans 
P.O. Box 23660 Oakland CA 94623 
Chuck_Morton@dot.ca.gov
33 Cerrito Creek at Albany Hills* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetand Enhancement, Mitigation   completed     Pacific East Mall               Unmapped       N   Susan Schwartz 
Friends of Five Creeks 
1236 Oxford Street  
Berkeley CA 94709 
f5creeks@aol.com 
 
Tiffany Wang 
Pacific East Mall
  Susan Schwartz 
Friends of Five Creeks 
1236 Oxford Street Berkeley CA 94709 
f5creeks@aol.com 
 
Tiffany Wang 
Pacific East Mall
34 Charleston Slough* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Restoration   completed     City of Mountain View             Muted Tidal wetland 101.3 acres   SF Bay   N   Paula Bettencourt 
City of Mountain View 
P.O. Box 7540  
Mountain View CA 94039 
paula.bettencourt@ci.mtnview.ca.us
  Paula Bettencourt 
City of Mountain View 
P.O. Box 7540 Mountain View CA 94039 
paula.bettencourt@ci.mtnview.ca.us
35 Chipps Island East   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                   Muted Tidal wetland 270.2 acres       N        
36  Chipps Island West   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                   Muted Tidal wetland 148.1 acres       N        
37  Citation Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetand Enhancement, Mitigation   completed                   Tidal Wetland 95.4 acres       N   Steve Foreman 
LSA Associates, Inc. 
157 Park Place Pt.  
Richmond CA 94801
  Steve Foreman 
LSA Associates, Inc. 
157 Park Place Pt. Richmond CA 94801
38 City of Roseville Creek and Riparian Management and Restoration Plan http://www.calwater.ca.gov/Programs/Watershed/WatershedProjects.asp 5 Restoration   planned         California Bay-Delta Authority (CALFED)         Riparian     Dry Creek and 
Pleasant Grove Creek
  N   Mark Morse 
mmorse@roseville.ca.us
  Mark Morse 
mmorse@roseville.ca.us
39 Cogswell Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Restoration, Mitigation   completed     East Bay Regional Parks District   CalTrans         Tidal Wetland 229.1 acres   SF Bay   N   Mark Taylor 
East Bay Regional Parks District 
3050 West Winton Ave.  
Hayward CA 94545 
hayward@ebparks.org
  Mark Taylor 
East Bay Regional Parks District 
3050 West Winton Ave. Hayward CA 94545 
hayward@ebparks.org
40 Colma Creek Mitigation* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetand Creation, Mitigation   planned     City of South San Francisco             Muted Tidal wetland 1.6 acres       N   Barbara Hawkins 
City of South San Francisco, Engineering 
 
Leslie Lacko 
San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission
  Barbara Hawkins 
City of South San Francisco, Engineering 
 
Leslie Lacko 
San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission
41 Color Spot* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed         Color Spot Nursery         Tidal wetland 1.5 acres       N   Stuart Siegel 
Wetlands and Water Resources
  Stuart Siegel 
Wetlands and Water Resources
42 Cooley Landing* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland Restoration, Mitigation   completed         Rhone-Poulenc         Tidal wetland 118.4 acres   SF Bay   N   Michelle Orr 
Philip Williams & Associates 
720 California Street, Suite 600  
San Francisco CA 94108 
mko@pwa-ltd.com 
 
Jimmy Kulpa
  Michelle Orr 
Philip Williams & Associates 
720 California Street, Suite 600 San Francisco CA 94108 
mko@pwa-ltd.com 
 
Jimmy Kulpa
43 Corte Madera Ecological Reserve Expansion   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed         Marin Audubon Society 
Marine Conservation League
        Tidal wetland 8.3 acres   SF Bay   N   Barbara Salzman 
Marine Audubon Society 
 
Philip Williams & Associates
  Barbara Salzman 
Marine Audubon Society 
 
Philip Williams & Associates
44 Cosumnes River Preserve http://www.cosumnes.org/project.htm 5 wetland/ habitat restoration   completed     The Nature Conservancy             freshwater seasonal and year round wetland >46,000 acres   Cosumnes   N   Mark Ackerman  
CA BLM- Cosumnes River Preserve  
Mark.Ackerman@ca.blm.gov
  The Nature Conservancy
45 Coyote Creek Flood Control Project* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland Restoration, Mitigation   2 planned sites     Santa Clara Valley Water District   City of San Jose         Managed Marsh, Mixed Hydrology, Seasonal non-tidal, managed tidal 66.6 acres       N   Doug Padley 
Santa Clara Valley Water District 
5750 Almaden Expressway  
San Jose CA 95118 
dpadley@valleywater.org 
 
Gale Rankin 
Santa Clara Valley Water District 
5750 Almaden Expressway  
San Jose CA 95118
  Doug Padley 
Santa Clara Valley Water District 
5750 Almaden Expressway San Jose CA 95118 
dpadley@valleywater.org 
 
Gale Rankin 
Santa Clara Valley Water District 
5750 Almaden Expressway San Jose CA 95118
46 Coyote Creek Lagoon   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland Restoration, Mitigation   completed     City of San Jose             Tidal wetland, lagoon "bird pond" Unmapped       N   City of San Jose   City of San Jose
47 Coyote Hills Wetlands Enhancement and Drainage Improvement Project http://www.sfwetlands.ca.gov/projects.html 2 The project proponents are developing alternatives for both long-term wetland enhancement and floodwater management to accommodate these changes in the water supply. Goals of the project are to restore the flood storage capacity, create a variety of wetland types, and reduce cattail dominance.   proposed                   freshwater marsh     Alameda Creek   N   Joe DiDonato 
East Bay Regional Parks District 
2950 Peralta Oaks Court, P.O. Box  
Oakland CA 94605 
jdidonato@ebparks.org 
(510) 635-0135
  Joe DiDonato 
East Bay Regional Parks District 
2950 Peralta Oaks Court, P.O. Box Oakland CA 94605 
jdidonato@ebparks.org 
(510) 635-0135
48 Crissy Field* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland Restoration   completed     National Park Service             Tidal wetland 13.5 acres   SF Bay   N   National Park Service   National Park Service
49 Cullinan Ranch* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland Restoration, Research   planned         United States Fish and Wildlife Service 
California Bay-Delta Authority 
Ducks Unlimited
        Tidal wetland, salt marsh 1564.1 acres   SF Bay   N   Bryan Winton 
San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge
  Bryan Winton 
San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge
50 Damon Slough Seasonal Wetland Mitigation* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland Enhancement, Restoration, mitigation   planned     Port of Oakland             Seasonal Non-Tidal Wetland 9.8 acres   SF Bay   N   Bill Williams 
Port of Oakland 
530 Water Street  
Oakland CA 94607 
bwilliam@portoakland.com
  Bill Williams 
Port of Oakland 
530 Water Street Oakland CA 94607 
bwilliam@portoakland.com
51 Deak Marsh   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland Restoration, Mitigation   completed         Deak Investment Corporation         Tidal wetland .6 acres   SF Bay   N   Bob Batha 
San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission 
50 California St., 26th Floor  
San Francisco CA 94111 
bobb@bcdc.ca.gov
  Bob Batha 
San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission 
50 California St., 26th Floor San Francisco CA 94111 
bobb@bcdc.ca.gov
52 Development of a River corridor Management Plan for the Lower American River http://mercury.ornl.gov/metadata/nbii/html/nrpi/www.ice.ucdavis.edu_nrpi_xml_nrpi-9691.html 5 This project will develop a River Corridor Management Plan (RCMP) for the lower American River between the Sacramento River and the Nimbus Dam in Sacramento County to serve as a planning framework and consensus-building process for pursuing CBDA's vision and objective for ecosystem restoration along the American River   completed Apr-01                       American River, Sacramento River   N   Jonas Minton 
City of Sacramento 
jminton@sacto.org
  Jonas Minton, City of Sacramento, jminton@sacto.org
53 Dunphy Park* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland Enhancement, Restoration, mitigation   completed     City of Sausalito   Sausalito-Marin City Sanitary District         Tidal wetland .8 acres   SF Bay   N   Bob Batha 
San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission 
50 California St., 26th Floor  
San Francisco CA 94111 
bobb@bcdc.ca.gov 
 
City of Sausalito
  Bob Batha 
San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission 
50 California St., 26th Floor San Francisco CA 94111 
bobb@bcdc.ca.gov 
 
City of Sausalito
54 DUST Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland creation, Research   completed     East Bay Regional Parks District   ABAG         Seasonal Non-Tidal Wetland 15.0 acres   SF Bay   maybe   Joe DiDonato 
East Bay Regional Parks District 
2950 Peralta Oaks Court, P.O. Box Oakland CA 94605 
jdidonato@ebparks.org 
(510) 635-0135
  Joe DiDonato 
East Bay Regional Parks District 
2950 Peralta Oaks Court, P.O. Box Oakland CA 94605 
jdidonato@ebparks.org 
(510) 635-0135
55 Dutch Slough Tidal Marsh Restoration Project http://calwater.ca.gov/Programs/EcosystemRestoration/2002_Proposals/Dutch%20Slough%20Revision%20Final_30DA.pdf 
 
May 06 Feasibility Report: http://www.dutchslough.org/Documents/PWA_DutchSlough_Concept.Plan%2BFeas.Rpt.pdf 
 
May 06 FR Appedixes: http://www.dutchslough.org/Documents/PWA_Dutch_Slough_Appendices.pdf    
 
(look at app C-2)
5 Pilot Restoration Project   in progress- planning phase       California State Coastal Conservancy CALFED         shallow water, tidal marsh habitat, flood plain and riparian habitat.. Currently used as pasture land. If restoration project does not happen the land will be developed for 6,000 housing units. 1,166   dutch slough   Y Water- Mercury concentrations and speciation will be monitored during six 24-hour synoptic events 
at four main slough stations. MeHg, THg, and DHg will be monitored monthly for a yr on Marsh Creek. 
Monitoring will be during outgoing tides for pre-restoration, and during in and out-going tides post-restoration 
THg and MeHg in sediment- baseline ( 1 time) 
MeHg in fish tissue being done by MLML 
Dutch Slough properties, Marsh Creek and adjacent sloughs
Mary Small 
State Coastal Conservancy 
1330 Broadway 1100  
Oakland, CA 94612 
(510) 286-4181 
msmall@scc.ca.gov
  mary small msmall@scc.ca.gov
56 East San Rafael Wetlands   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     2 completed sites         Private 
City of San Rafael 
Marine County Open Space District 
SFF
        non-tidal wetland 13.0 acres   SF Bay   N   San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission   San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission
57 Ecological Monitoring of Tolay & Cullinan Ranch Tidal Wetlands Restoration http://mercury.ornl.gov/metadata/nbii/html/nrpi/www.ice.ucdavis.edu_nrpi_xml_nrpi-9233.html 2 This project will increase the  
understanding of how physical and biological processes work together in Tidal Wetland Restoration. This project will help test four hypotheses that predict specific outcomes from habitat conditions that occur during the transition from diked wetland to tidal salt marsh.
  unknown 11/2001-2/2004     Ducks Unlimited           Tidal Wetland     North SF Bay   N   Fritz Reid  
Freid@ducks.org 
916-852-2000
  Fritz Reid  
Freid@ducks.org 
916-852-2000
58 Eden Landing   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland Enhancement, Restoration, mitigation   3 planned sites     California Department of Fish and Game   Wildlife Conservation Board 
Cities of Fremont, San Jose, Milpitas 
East Bay Regional Parks District
        Tidal wetland, Managed Marsh, 126 ac. of salt panne for SNPL (part of seasonal), Managed for shorebirds 722.3 acres   SF Bay   N   Carl Wilcox 
California Department of Fish and Game 
P.O. Box 47  
Yountville CA 94599 
cwilcox@dfg.ca.gov 
 
Dexter Yee 
East Bay Regional Parks District 
DYEE@ebparks.org
  Carl Wilcox 
California Department of Fish and Game 
P.O. Box 47 Yountville CA 94599 
cwilcox@dfg.ca.gov 
 
Dexter Yee 
East Bay Regional Parks District 
DYEE@ebparks.org
59 Edgerley Island Marina   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     naturally restored         Edgerley Island Marina         Tidal wetland 9.4 acres                
60  Emeryville Crescent* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland Enhancement, Restoration, mitigation   completed     CalTrans             Tidal, Mixed Hydrology, Upland transitional 50.3 acres   SF Bay   N   Sid Shadle 
CalTrans 
P.O. Box 23660  
Oakland CA 94623 
andrea.hitt@dot.ca.gov
  Sid Shadle 
CalTrans 
P.O. Box 23660 Oakland CA 94623 
andrea.hitt@dot.ca.gov
61 Emily Renzel Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland Restoration   2 completed sites     City of Palo Alto   Coastal Conservancy         Tidal wetland, Muted Tidal wetland 36.0 acres   SF Bay   N   Phil Bobel 
City of Palo Alto 
2501 Embarcadero Way  
Palo Alto CA 94303 
phil_bobel@city.palo-alto.ca.us 
 
Karin Didrikson 
City of Palo Alto 
2501 Embarcadero Way  
Palo Alto CA 94303
  Phil Bobel 
City of Palo Alto 
2501 Embarcadero Way Palo Alto CA 94303 
phil_bobel@city.palo-alto.ca.us 
 
Karin Didrikson 
City of Palo Alto 
2501 Embarcadero Way Palo Alto CA 94303
62 Faber Tract Marsh   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland Restoration   completed     United States Fish and Wildlife Service   City of Palo Alto         Tidal wetland 87.3 acres   SF Bay   N   Clyde Morris 
United States Fish and Wildlife Service 
P.O. Box 524  
Newark CA 94560 
clyde_morris@fws.gov 
 
Greg Betts 
City of Palo Alto 
2501 Embarcadero Way  
Palo Alto CA 94303
  Clyde Morris 
United States Fish and Wildlife Service 
P.O. Box 524 Newark CA 94560 
clyde_morris@fws.gov 
 
Greg Betts 
City of Palo Alto 
2501 Embarcadero Way Palo Alto CA 94303
63 Feasibility analysis for the San Joaquin-Bear Creek Floodplain Restoration Project, San Luis National Wildlife Refuge, Merced County http://mercury.ornl.gov/metadata/nbii/html/nrpi/www.ice.ucdavis.edu_nrpi_xml_nrpi-9539.html 5 Ecosystem Restoration, This project would evaluate the benefits and impacts of allowing seasonal flooding onto lands adjacent to Bear Creek onto refuge lands. The purpose of this project is to restore unimpeded overflow to existing and future dedicated wetlands along the San Joaquin River system to the extent that impacts to adjacent lands and facilities can be mitigated and accepted.  
  completed March 1998-March 1999       CALFED         wetlands     Bear Creek, San Joaquin River   N   Gary Zahm 
USFWS  
(209) 826-3508
  Gary Zahm,  United States Fish & Wildlife Service,   
(209) 826-3508
64 Figueras Tract   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned         United States Fish and Wildlife Service         non-tidal wetland 72.7 acres   SF Bay   N   Bryan Winton 
San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge
  Bryan Winton 
San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge
65 Focused Action to Develop Ecologically-based Hydrologic Models and Water Management Strategies in the San Joaquin Basin http://mercury.ornl.gov/metadata/nbii/html/nrpi/www.ice.ucdavis.edu_nrpi_xml_nrpi-9377.html 2, 5 The project will identify flow regimes that have a widespread effect on the entire length of the San Joaquin River tributaries, Delta and San Francisco Bay through analysis and modeling of hydro-biologic issues and water management.   completed Feb 01-July 02     Natural Heritage Institute                 San Joaquin River tributaries, Delta and San Francisco Bay   N   John Cain 
Natural Heritage Institute 
jcain@n-h-i.org
  John Cain, jcain@n-h-i.org
66 Forgotten Shoreline http://www.watershedrestoration.water.ca.gov/watersheds/downloads/psp2005/grant_award.doc 2     unknown       Natural Heritage Institute                 San Pablo, Wildcat, Rheem   maybe        
67  Foster City Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland Enhancement, Restoration, mitigation   3 planned sites     California Department of Transport   San Mateo County Transit Authority         Tidal wetland 29.2 acres   SF Bay   N   Amy Fowler 
CalTrans 
111 Grand Avenue  
Oakland CA 94708 
Amy_Fowler@dot.ca.gov 
 
Margaret Gabil 
CalTrans
  Amy Fowler 
CalTrans 
111 Grand Avenue Oakland CA 94708 
Amy_Fowler@dot.ca.gov 
 
Margaret Gabil 
CalTrans
68 Galbraith Golf Course Wetland Mitigation* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland Restoration, Mitigation   completed     Port of Oakland             Seasonal Non-Tidal Wetland 2.4 acres   SF Bay   N   Len Cardoza 
Port of Oakland 
530 Water Street  
Oakland CA 94607 
lcardoza@portoakland.com 
 
Renee Ananda 
Port of Oakland 
530 Water Street  
Oakland CA 94607 
rtdixon@portoakland.com
  Len Cardoza 
Port of Oakland 
530 Water Street Oakland CA 94607 
lcardoza@portoakland.com 
 
Renee Ananda 
Port of Oakland 
530 Water Street Oakland CA 94607 
rtdixon@portoakland.com
69 Gallinas Creek* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed         Marin Audubon Society, 
California State Coastal Conservancy, 
United States Fish and Wildlife Service
        Tidal wetland 19.5 acres       N   Marine Audubon Society 
California Department of Fish and Game 
United States Fish and Wildlife Service
  Marine Audubon Society, California Department of Fish and Game, United States Fish and Wildlife Service
70 Grasslands Wildlife Management Area (part of San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Complex) http://www.fws.gov/sanluis/GWMA.htm 
 
http://www.ducks.org/California/CaliforniaProjects/2344/CA3443MudsloughProject.html
5 to fulfill its full potential for water conveyance Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Completed     Conservation easements purchaced by USFWS, land is privately owned Ducks Unlimited Ducks Unlimited       Mud Slough palustrine emergent wetlands, riparian uplands 5,300 acres Merced Mud Slough   N        
71  Grasslands Wildlife Management Area (part of San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Complex) http://www.fws.gov/sanluis/GWMA.htm 
 
http://www.ducks.org/Page2656.aspx
5 restore and enhance seasonal and semipermanent wetland habitat Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Completed     Hollowtree Land & Cattle Company Ducks Unlimited Ducks Unlimited, Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)   enhanced water use efficiency and moist soil management, and it expanded wetland habitat diversity   Hollowtree Land & Cattle Company palustrine emergent wetlands 200 acres Merced San Joaquin River   N        
72  Gray Lodge Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region2/graylodge/index.html 
 
http://www.ducks.org/California/CaliforniaProjects/2328/CA2773GraylodgephaseIV.html
5 To improve the refuge's water delivery system Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Completed     CA Department of Fish and Game Ducks Unlimited California Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB), North America Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) and Ducks Unlimited Sandhill Crane, migratory waterfowl rehabilitating the entire water delivery system     Fresh Emergent Wetland, Riparian 9,100 acres Butte Sacramento River   N   Gray Lodge Wildlife Area 
3207 Rutherford Rd. 
Gridley, CA  95948-9332
   
73  Green Point/Toy Marsh   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     naturally restored         California Department of Fish and Game         Tidal wetland 57.4 acres   SF Bay   N   Carl Wilcox 
California Department of Fish and Game
  Carl Wilcox 
California Department of Fish and Game
74 Guadalcanal Village* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed         CalTrans         Tidal wetland 55.5 acres   SF Bay   N   CalTrans   CalTrans
75 Hamilton Airfield* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland creation   planned         California State Coastal Conservancy, 
United States Army Corps of Engineers, 
San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission
        Mixed Hydrology 870.3 acres   SF Bay   N   Tom Gandesbery 
California State Coastal Conservancy 
 
Terri Nevins  
Project Manager 
California State Coastal Conservancy 
1330 Broadway, Suite 1100 
Oakland, CA 94612 
(510) 286-4161  
(510) 286-0470 (fax) 
tnevins@igc.org
  Tom Gandesbery 
California State Coastal Conservancy 
 
Terri Nevins  
Project Manager 
California State Coastal Conservancy 
1330 Broadway, Suite 1100 
Oakland, CA 94612 
(510) 286-4161  
(510) 286-0470 (fax) 
tnevins@igc.org
76 Harvey Marsh   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland Enhancement, Restoration, mitigation   completed     Cargill Salt, Santa Clara Valley Parks Dept.   CalTrans, 
Santa Clara County Traffic Authority, 
United States Fish and Wildlife Service
        Muted Tidal wetland 52.0 acres   SF Bay   N   Margaret Gabil 
CalTrans 
P.O. Box 23660  
Oakland CA 94623-0660 
 
Dan Stephens 
HT Harvey & Associates 
P.O. Box 1180  
Alviso CA 95002
  Margaret Gabil 
CalTrans 
P.O. Box 23660 Oakland CA 94623-0660 
 
Dan Stephens 
HT Harvey & Associates 
P.O. Box 1180 Alviso CA 95002
77 Hayward Marsh Brackish* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland enhancement, Restoration, creation   completed     East Bay Regional Parks District             Managed Marsh, 
Brackish marsh
59.5 acres   SF Bay   N   Mark Taylor 
East Bay Regional Parks District 
3050 West Winton Ave.  
Hayward CA 94545 
hayward@ebparks.org
  Mark Taylor 
East Bay Regional Parks District 
3050 West Winton Ave. Hayward CA 94545 
hayward@ebparks.org
78 Hayward Marsh Fresh   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland enhancement, Restoration, creation   completed     East Bay Regional Parks District             Perenial Non-Tidal,  
Freshwater
85.9 acres   SF Bay   N   Ken Berger 
East Bay Regional Parks District 
2950 Peralta Oaks Court, P.O. Box  
Oakland CA 94605
  Ken Berger 
East Bay Regional Parks District 
2950 Peralta Oaks Court, P.O. Box Oakland CA 94605
79 Hayward Shoreline Enhancement Project* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland enhancement, mitigation   completed     Hayward Area Recreation and Park District   San Francisco International Airport         Tidal wetland 72.1 acres   SF Bay   N   Eric Willyerd 
Hayward Area Recreation and Park District 
1099 "E" Street 
Hayward Ca 94541 
wile@haywardrec.org 
 
Mark Taylor 
East Bay Regional Parks District
  Eric Willyerd 
Hayward Area Recreation and Park District 
1099 "E" Street Hayward Ca 94541 
wile@haywardrec.org 
 
Mark Taylor 
East Bay Regional Parks District
80 Hill Slough   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned     CDFG             Tidal wetland 223.5 acres           Gina S. Van Klompenburg 
CDFG
  Gina S. Van Klompenburg 
CDFG
81 Hoffman Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland enhancement, mitigation   completed     State Lands Commission   CalTrans         Muted Tidal wetland 5.5 acres   SF Bay   N   Sid Shadle 
CalTrans 
P.O. Box 23660  
Oakland CA 94623 
 
Wetlands and Water Resources 
Philip Williams & Associates
  Sid Shadle 
CalTrans 
P.O. Box 23660 Oakland CA 94623 
 
Wetlands and Water Resources, Philip Williams & Associates
82 Huichica Creek Enhancement* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Restoration   planned         California Department of Fish and Game, 
North American Wetlands Conservation Act, 
Ducks Unlimited
        non-tidal wetland 105.5 acres       N   Larry Wyckoff 
California Department of Fish and Game 
 
Ducks Unlimited
  Larry Wyckoff 
California Department of Fish and Game 
 
Ducks Unlimited
83 Ideal Marsh   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2 Wetland restoration   naturally restored                   Tidal wetland 129.4 acres       N        
84  Kern National Wildlife Refuge http://www.fws.gov/pacific/refuges/field/CA_Kern.htm 
 
http://www.ducks.org/California/CaliforniaProjects/2331/CA3202KernNWRUnit1and1a.html
5 improve habitat conditions by improving water management infrastructure Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Completed     USFWS Ducks Unlimited North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) migratory waterfowl and shorebirds, tricolored blackbird improve water management, facilitate waterfowl production and increase brood survival, maintain semipermanent marsh for waterfowl   Units 1,2,7, Poso Drain, Goose Lake Canal Seasonal Fresh Emergent Wetland, Riparian, vernal pools 440 acres Kern Tulare Lake Basin   N   Kern NWR Complex 
P.O. Box 670 
Delano, California 93216 
(661) 725-2767
  Kern NWR Complex 
P.O. Box 670 
Delano, California 93216 
(661) 725-2767
85 KGO Towers* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     1.3 acres                
86  Knapp Tract* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     381.8 acres                
87  La Riviere Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     117.6 acres                
88  Lagoon Valley Watershed Restoration http://www.calwater.ca.gov/Programs/Watershed/Proposals/Project_Summaries/57-58.pdf 5 Restoration, Water Quality   planned         California Bay-Delta Authority (CALFED)         Lake, Wetlands, Riparian     Lagoon Valley-  
Alamo, Putah, Laguna, and Ulatis Creeks
  N   Scott Sexton 
ssexton@ci.vacaville.ca.us
  Scott Sexton 
ssexton@ci.vacaville.ca.us
89 Lake Merritt Restoration* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     153.3 acres                
90  Las Gallinas Ponds   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     68.4 acres                
91  Los Banos Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region4/losbanos.html 
 
http://www.ducks.org/Page2685.aspx
5 enhance moist soil management and reverse cycle wetland management, maintain optimal water depths for waterfowl foraging in the fall and winter, restoration of semipermanent wetlands, riparian corridors and seasonal wetlands Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Completed     CA Department of Fish and Game Ducks Unlimited North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA)   habitat for nesting waterfowl   Fields 63, 65, 66 and 69a Fresh Emergent Wetland, Riparian 410 acres Merced San Joaquin River   N        
92  Lower Clear Creek Floodway Rehabilitation Project http://www.westernshastarcd.org/26_21.html  http://science.calwater.ca.gov/pdf/workshops/presentation_071304_mike_harris.pdf 5 wetland/ habitat restoration   In progress     BLM   California Bay-Delta Authority (CALFED)         Freshwater riparian and river     Clear Creek   N   Western Shasta Resource Conservation District  
6270 Parallel Road  
Anderson, CA 96007  
(530) 365-7332 
  Western Shasta Resource Conservation District  
6270 Parallel Road • Anderson, CA 96007  
Phone - 530 365-7332 
93 Lower Feather River Huc/Honcut Creek Watershed Assessment Project http://www.watershedrestoration.water.ca.gov/watersheds/downloads/psp2005/grant_award.doc 5     unknown       Sutter County Resource Conservation District California Bay-Delta Authority (CALFED)               Lower Feather River Watershed HUC, Honcut Creek Watershed    N   Sutter County Resource Conservation District 
1511 B Butte House Road 
Yuba City, CA 95993
  Sutter County Resource Conservation District 
1511 B Butte House Road 
Yuba City, CA 95993
94 Lower Mokelumne River Restoration Plan http://www.epa.gov/fedrgstr/EPA-IMPACT/1998/December/Day-30/i34501.htm 5 increase fall-run chinook salmon and steelhead  
populations, enhance critical and limiting aquatic habitats, and  
restore riparian ecosystem integrity and diversity
  unknown         CALFED       Lower Mokelumne Riparian habitat     East Delta, Mokelumne River   N   John Meek 
San Joaquin County Resource Conservation District 
jmeek@jmeek.com
  John Meek, San Joaquin County Resource Conservation District, jmeek@jmeek.com
95 Madera Bay Park   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     4.9 acres                
96  Mare Island Navy Conservation Areas* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     4 planned sites                     106.3 acres                
97  Mare Island Navy Mitigation Marsh   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     2 planned sites                     62.7 acres                
98  Mare Island Refuge   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     3 planned sites                     169.9 acres                
99  Marin Flood Control - Seasonal   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     343.4 acres                
100  Marin Flood Control/CDFG - Perennial   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     309.2 acres                
101  Martas Marsh   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     20.7 acres                
102  Martin Luther King, Jr. Marsh Restoration* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     2 completed sites                     70.6 acres                
103  Mayhews Landing   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     110.4 acres                
104  Mendota Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region4/mendota.html 
 
http://www.ducks.org/Page2687.aspx
5 improved waterfowl habitat conditions Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Completed     CA Department of Fish and Game Ducks Unlimited North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA)       Field 51 Seasonal Fresh Emergent Wetland 315 acres  Fresno Fresno Slough   N        
105  Merced River Corridor Restoration Plan Phase IV:Dredger Tailings Reach http://merced.stillwatersci.com/pdf/5/Tech%20Memo%205_compiled.pdf 5 The overarching goal of the project was to bolster ecologic integrity at the Merced River Ranch (MRR) through restoring fundamental geomorphic and floodplain processes, the latter achieved by scaling channel and floodplains to the regulated flow regime of the Merced River.   Completed 
10/2004, restoration is still in the planning phase
      Stillwater Sciences,  
Berkeley Office
California Bay-Delta Authority (CALFED)       Merced River Ranch, b/w RM50 and 51, control sites: Above Lake McClure, Merced Falls Dam, Below Hwy J-59, Ratzlaff Reach Riparian, Wetland     Merced River   Y THg in Sediment of different grain sizes in tailings 
THg and MeHg in pond and river sediment 
THg and MeHg (filtered and unfiltered) in water 
THg and MeHg in small fish and aquatic insects
Maia Fleming‐Singer  
maia@stillwatersci.com 
 
Noah Hume 
noah@stillwatersci.com  
(510) 848-8098 
 
Sabrina Simpson  
sabrina@stillwatersci.com 
  Maia Fleming‐Singer  
maia@stillwatersci.com 
 
Noah Hume 
noah@stillwatersci.com  
(510) 848-8098 
 
Sabrina Simpson  
sabrina@stillwatersci.com 
106 Mill Valley Marsh   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     6.5 acres                
107  Miller Creek* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     12.0 acres                
108  Montezuma Wetlands Project* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     2287.0 acres                
109  Montezuma Wetlands Project. Comprehensive Monitoring Program (including mercury in water, sediment, and tissues) at the Site and at Suisun Marsh Reference Sites http://www.sfei.org/rmp/mercury_newsletter/HgNews10_06_04.htm#section_10 2 Restoration, Monitoring. Looking at background levels and effects of using dredged sediment. Enhancement of Existing Wetlands, Restoration of Wetlands that previously existed in-progress       Lipton Environmental Group         Reference sites: Montezuma Slough, Rush Ranch, Hill Slough Tidal Wetlands, Seasonal Wetlands, Vernal Pools     Suisun Marsh   Y THg in sediment, water (filtered and unfiltered), THg in fish, MeHg and THg in inverts and plants- in 3 ref sites, at restoration site during and after restoration Doug Lipton 
Montezuma’s Project Manager 
Lipton Environmental Group  
docterre@sonic.net 
707-433-2094
  Doug Lipton, Montezuma’s Project Manager, Lipton Environmental Group docterre@sonic.net 
707-433-2094
110 Moseley Tract* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     61.0 acres                
111  Mountain View Tidal Marsh   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     12.6 acres                
112  Muzzi Marsh   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     2 completed sites                     147.9 acres                
113  Napa River Flood Control* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     4 planned sites                     940.1 acres                
114  Napa-Sonoma Marsh Restoration Project http://www.napa-sonoma-marsh.org/objectives.html 2 The project is the restoration of three former commercial salt ponds along the Napa River, totaling approximately 3,000 acres, to tidal marsh.   In progress Nov 03-Nov 06                 Marsh restoration of former commercial salt ponds 9,850 acres   Napa River Area and Sonoma Creek Area   N        
115  Napa-Sonoma Salt Ponds Project* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     7 planned sites, 6 completed sites                     7322.4 acres                
116  Nevada Parcel* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     naturally restored                     109.0 acres                
117  New Chicago Marsh   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     240.0 acres                
118  Nordstrom/Shorebird Marsh   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     48.2 acres                
119  North Basin Wetlands   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     5.0 acres                
120  North Bothin Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     .4 acres                
121  North Delta Flood Control and Ecosystem Restoration Project http://mcwatershed.org/NorthDelta/northdelta.html and http://www.dfm.water.ca.gov/dsmo/northdelta/background.htm 5 The purpose is to implement flood control improvements in a manner that benefits aquatic and terrestrial habitats, species, and ecological processes   unknown 2003-2008       DWR, CALFED           197 square miles   Delta       Gwen Knittweis  
gwenk@water.ca.gov 
 
Chris Elliott  
CElliott@jsanet.com
  Gwen Knittweis (gwenk@water.ca.gov) or Chris Elliott (CElliott@jsanet.com). 
122 North Grasslands Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region4/northgrasslands.html 
 
http://www.ducks.org/Page2688.aspx
5 water delivery enhancement Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Completed     CA Department of Fish and Game Ducks Unlimited North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) Swainson's Hawk, Sandhill Crane     Salt Slough Unit Fresh Emergent Wetland, Riparian, Lakes, Sloughs 795 acres Merced and Stanislaus San Joaquin River   N        
123  Northern Outer Bair Island   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     5 naturally restored sites                     551.7 acres                
124  Novato Creek Antenna Field   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     134.2 acres                
125  Novato Sanitary District* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     65.0 acres                
126  Oakland Middle Harbor Enhancement Project* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     4.9 acres                
127  Oro Loma Mitigation Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     12.9 acres                
128  Oro Loma Restoration* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     316.7 acres                
129  Pacheco March Restoration http://www.ice.ucdavis.edu/nrpi/NRPIDescription.asp?ProjectPK=7664 2 Restore the property to its historic tidal wetland flow. The goal is to maximize wetland and wildlife habitat for a variety of plant and animal species, including the 12 special status species that would benefit from this restoration   In progress     Contra Costa County Flood Control and Water Conservation District   Trust for Public Land,        
San Francisco Bay Fund / San Francisco Foundation,    
East Bay Regional Park District
        Tidal wetland 122 acres   SF Bay- Suisun   N   Tina Batt       
Executive Director   
Muir Heritage Land Trust        
P.O. Box 2452 
Martinez, CA 94553   
(925) 228-5460   
tina@muirheritagelandtrust.org   
  Tina Batt       
Executive Director   
Muir Heritage Land Trust        
P.O. Box 2452 
Martinez, CA 94553   
(925) 228-5460   
tina@muirheritagelandtrust.org   
130 Pacheco Pond* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     110.9 acres                
131  Pacific Commons* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     878.7 acres                
132  Pacific Shores Deep Water Slough* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     113.7 acres                
133  Palo Alto Harbor* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     2 completed sites                     14.3 acres                
134  Perry Gun Club* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     16.8 acres                
135  Petaluma Marsh Expansion* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     3 planned sites                     171.7 acres                
136  Petaluma River Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     45.8 acres                
137  Pier 94* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     7.7 acres                
138  Pier 98* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     8.8 acres                
139  Plummer Creek Mitigation* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     26.9 acres                
140  Point Buckler   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     49.5 acres                
141  Pond 3* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     110.2 acres                
142  Pond A18* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     855.6 acres                
143  Pond A4* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     306.4 acres                
144  Port Sonoma Marina Perimeter   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     2 naturally restored sites                     8.9 acres                
145  Rancho Esquon Restoration Project http://www.ducks.org/Page2472.aspx 5 Increased wetland acreage for migrating and wintering waterfowl and other waterbirds, increased riparian acrage for neotropical migrants, improved water quality, improved water conveyance and control capabilities to allow better habitat management and improve efficiency of water use, and provided fish-safe water to many acres of wetlands and wildlife-friendly agriculture (i.e., winter flooded rice).   Completed     private property Ducks Unlimited   migratory waterfowl, shorebirds, neotropical migrants       palustrine emergent wetlands, riparian uplands 233 acres Butte Sacramento River   N        
146  Ravenswood Triangle   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     3.0 acres                
147  Redwood High School Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     15.1 acres                
148  Richardson Bay Bridge Marshes   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     2 completed sites                     6.6 acres                
149  Richmond Parkway* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     3.3 acres                
150  Ringstrom Bay Enhancement* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     206.6 acres                
151  River Park   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     38.8 acres                
152  Roberts Landing Shoreline Marshlands Enhancement   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     3 completed sites                     171.9 acres                
153  Rush Creek - Cemetery Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     272.1 acres                
154  Ryer Island   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     929.8 acres                
155  Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge http://www.fws.gov/sacramentovalleyrefuges/sac.htm 
 
http://www.ducks.org/Page2501.aspx
5 Increased wetland acreage for migrating and wintering waterfowl and other waterbirds, increased riparian acrage for neotropical migrants, improved water quality, improved water conveyance and control capabilities to allow better habitat management and improve efficiency of water use, and provided fish-safe water to many acres of wetlands and wildlife-friendly agriculture (i.e., winter flooded rice). Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Completed     USFWS Ducks Unlimited Ducks Unlimited giant garter snake       seasonal marsh, permanent ponds 59 acres Glenn and Colusa Sacramento River   N   Sacramento NWR Complex  
752 Country Road 99W  
Willows, California 95988 
sacramentovalleyrefuges@fws.gov
   
156  San Carlos Airport North Clear Zone   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     .4 acres                
157  San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge East Span Seismic Safety Project   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     Unmapped                
158  San Joaquin River National Wildlife Refuge Riparian Habitat Protection and Floodplain Restoration Project http://mercury.ornl.gov/metadata/nbii/html/nrpi/www.ice.ucdavis.edu_nrpi_xml_nrpi-9229.html 5 Restore riparian and wetland habitat. Reintroduce riparian brush rabbits. Monitor.  
  completed Nov 2001-March 2004                 wetlands and riparian habitat 400   San Joaquin River   N   Kim Forrest     
P.O. Box 2176  
Los Banos, CA  93635  
(209) 826-3508      
kim_forrest@fws.gov
  Kim Forrest    kim_forrest@fws.gov
159 San Joaquin River Refuge http://www.fws.gov/refuges/profiles/index.cfm?id=11654 5     in progress     USFWS     Riparian Brush Rabbit, Aluetian Canada Geese       Seasonal and permanent wetlands, Riparian Forest   San Joaquin and Stanislaus San Joaquin River   N   Eric Hopson 
Eric_Hopson@fws.gov
  Eric Hopson 
Eric_Hopson@fws.gov
160 San Joaquin River Restoration Project http://www.ice.ucdavis.edu/nrpi/NRPIDescription.asp?ProjectPK=405 5 Restore ecological functions to San Joaquin River below Friant Dam, including but not limited to self-sustaining, naturally-reproducing populations of Chinook salmon; and settle NRDC v. Patterson environmental litigation.   In progress         California Bay-Delta Authority (CALFED), 
Department of Water Resources,     
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation   
        Estuarine   
Fresh Emergent Wetland 
350 river miles   San Joaquin River   maybe   Jared Huffman       
Project Manager   
Natural Resources Defense Council   
71 Stevenson, Ste. 1825  
San Francisco, CA 94105   
(415) 777-0220   
cnoble@nrdc.org
  Jared Huffman       
Project Manager   
Natural Resources Defense Council   
71 Stevenson, Ste. 1825  
San Francisco, CA 94105   
(415) 777-0220   
cnoble@nrdc.org
161 San Luis National Wildlife Refuge http://www.fws.gov/sanluis/ 
 
http://www.ducks.org/Page2683.aspx
5 Restoration of Waterfowl Habitat Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Completed     USFWS Ducks Unlimited North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA)   Restoration of Waterfowl Habitat   East Bear Creek Fresh Emergent Wetland, vernal pools 1,833 acres Merced Bear Creek   N   San Luis NWR Complex 
P.O. Box 2176 
Los Banos, CA 93635
   
162  San Mateo Shoreline Parks* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     3 planned sites                     13.1 acres                
163  Sanchez Creek Wetland* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     3.1 acres                
164  Schellville   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     386.7 acres                
165  Schoolhouse Creek* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     2.3 acres                
166  Scottsdale Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     4 completed sites                     46.4 acres                
167  Sea Breeze Marina   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     3 planned sites                     .3 acres                
168  Seal Slough   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     47.2 acres                
169  SFO North Bay Project Area   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     4 planned sites, 2 completed sites                     5195.7 acres                
170  Shasta West Watershed Management Plan http://www.watershedrestoration.water.ca.gov/watersheds/downloads/psp2005/grant_award.doc 5 To conduct a watershed assessment and eventually a restoration plan   unknown       Western Shasta Resource Conservation District California Bay-Delta Authority (CALFED)               Shasta West (includes Middle, Rock, Olney, and Canyon Creeks)   N   Mary Schroeder  
mary@westernshastarcd.org
  Mary Schroeder mary@westernshastarcd.org
171 Simmons Slough Wildlife Corridor   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     186.2 acres                
172  Slaughterhouse Point* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     naturally restored                     275.5 acres                
173  Sonoma Baylands* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     303.2 acres                
174  South Basin Wetlands   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     3.7 acres                
175  South Bay Salt Pond Project - CDFG* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 
 
http://www.southbayrestoration.org/pdf_files/Init%20Stewardship%20EIR-EIS/vol2.pdf (Mercury monitoring plan Dec 05)
2 To characterize and investigate the methylmercury problem in the proposed restoration area.  The findings from this project will direct the plan and actions of the restoration project.   25 planned sites                 Alviso Slough and Pond A8 planned to restore Pond A8 to Tidal Marsh, but conducting study to investigate MeHg contamination 4725.1 acres       Y THg and MeHg in sentinel organisms (fish, song sparrow, fly) in Alviso Slough and Pond A8, 15 sediment cores in Alviso slough (measured for THg, Hg(II) and MeHg),  sediment (THg, Hg(II) and MeHg) and water (THg, MeHg) in Alviso slough and Pond A8, water sampling every other month (6 times/yr), sediment sampling 2 times/yr Carl Wilcox 
California Department of Fish and Game 
P.O. Box 47 Yountville CA 94599 
cwilcox@dfg.ca.gov 
 
Steve Richie 
South Bay Salt Pond Project Manager 
sritchie@scc.ca.gov
  Carl Wilcox 
California Department of Fish and Game 
P.O. Box 47 Yountville CA 94599 
cwilcox@dfg.ca.gov 
 
Steve Richie 
South Bay Salt Pond Project Manager 
sritchie@scc.ca.gov
176 South Bay Salt Pond Project - USFWS* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     38 planned sites                     8946.3 acres                
177  South Napa River Tidal Slough and Floodplain Restoration Project http://mercury.ornl.gov/metadata/nbii/html/nrpi/www.ice.ucdavis.edu_nrpi_xml_nrpi-9650.html 2 Restoration   completed April 2000-Sept 2002                 tidal wetlands 453 acres   South Napa River Tidal Slough, north slough, napa river   N   Sheryl Braulik                   
(707) 647-4588
  Sheryl Braulik                   
(707) 647-4588
178 Spawning Habitat & Floodplain Restoration in the Stanislaus River http://mercury.ornl.gov/metadata/nbii/html/nrpi/www.ice.ucdavis.edu_nrpi_xml_nrpi-9362.html 5 Restore spawning and rearing habitat for salmonids in the Lover's Leap reach on the lower Stanislaus River   in work/ proposed                 Lover's leap reach of the lower Stanislaus River floodplain habitat     Stanislaus River   N   Carl Mesick, 
Carl Mesick Consultants 
cmcfish@innercite.com
  Carl Mesick, Carl Mesick Consultants, cmcfish@innercite.com
179 Staten Island Agricultural Program http://www.cosumnes.org/FINALSTATENISLAND-FarmingforWildlife_stc.pdf 5 seasonal wildlife/ wetland habitat   In progress                 Staten Island Seasonal Freshwater Non-Tidal Wetland, water is <1ft.-2.5ft 9,200 acres   Delta, Mokulmne River water is <1ft.-2.5ft N   The Nature Conservancy   The Nature Conservancy
180 Stevens Creek Tidal Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     30.6 acres                
181  Stony Creek Watershed Plan http://www.watershedrestoration.water.ca.gov/watersheds/downloads/psp2005/grant_award.doc 5     unknown       Glenn County Resource Conservation District California Bay-Delta Authority (CALFED)               Stony Creek   N   Glenn County Resource Conservation District 
132 North Enright Ste. B 
Willows, CA 95988
  Glenn County Resource Conservation District 
132 North Enright Ste. B 
Willows, CA 95988
182 Strawberry Creek* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     1.7 acres                
183  Subsided Island Restoration Plan in 
the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
http://www.n-h-i.org/Projects/RestorationBiodiversity/BayDelta/DeltaIsland/DeltaIsland.html 5 To find ways to reverse the effects of subsidence on peat islands in the Sacramento-San Joaquin delta for ecosystem restoration and to protect the water supply for millions of Californians.   proposed       Natural Heritage Institute                 Delta   N   Rich Walkling 
rpw@n-h-i.org 
(415) 693-3000 x 109 
  Rich Walkling 
rpw@n-h-i.org 
(415) 693-3000 x 109 
184 Suisun Marsh Land Acquisition and Tidal Marsh Restoration http://calwater.ca.gov/Programs/EcosystemRestoration/EcosystemShallowWaterTidalE.shtml 2     may have been rejected                   Tidal Wetland                  
185  Sunnyvale Baylands Park* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     3 completed sites                     12.4 acres                
186  Tasman Corridor Muted-Tidal Wetland Mitigation Project* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     Unmapped                
187  Tehama East Watershed Assessment http://www.watershedrestoration.water.ca.gov/watersheds/downloads/psp2005/grant_award.doc 5     unknown       Tehama County Resource Conservation District California Bay-Delta Authority (CALFED)               Inks, Paynes, Salt, Antelope, Dye, Toomes and Pine Creeks   N   Tom McCubbins 
Watershed Coordinator  
tom@tehamacountyrcd.org 
530-527-3013 ext 120
  Tom McCubbins 
Watershed Coordinator  
tom@tehamacountyrcd.org 
530-527-3013 ext 120
188 The Grassland Stewardship Plan http://www.watershedrestoration.water.ca.gov/watersheds/downloads/psp2005/grant_award.doc 5     unknown       Grassland Water District California Bay-Delta Authority (CALFED)               Delta Mendota and San Joaquin Watersheds   N   Grassland Water District 
22759 S. Mercey Springs Road 
Los Banos, CA 93635
  Grassland Water District 
22759 S. Mercey Springs Road 
Los Banos, CA 93635
189 Tidal Wetland Restoration at the Hamilton Army Airfield site on San Pablo Bay:  A Mass Balance approach to Mercury   2 Restoration of Hamilton Army Airfield, understand the MeHg mass balances in wetlands in the SF Bay Restoration project completed                     203 hectacres   SF Bay- San Pablo Bay   Y plants (emergent and submergent) Elly P.H. Best 
Research Biologist 
(601)634-4246 
beste@wes.army.mil
   
190  Tolay Creek* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     305.5 acres                
191  Treasure Island* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     2 planned sites                     16.7 acres                
192  Triangle Marsh* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     15.9 acres                
193  Triangle Marsh, Hayward Shoreline   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     8.7 acres                
194  Triangle Marsh, Refuge Entry* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     9.4 acres                
195  Tubbs Island Levee Setback* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     68.4 acres                
196  U.S. Maritime Admiinistration M   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     unknown                     69.6 acres                
197  Upper Butte Basin Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region2/upperbuttebasin.html 5 Convert laser-leveled rice fields into wetlands habitat Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Completed     CA Department of Fish and Game CA Department of Fish and Game California Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB), California Waterfowl Association, North America Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) and Ducks Unlimited Giant Garter Snake, migratory birds, Sandhill Crane, Western yellow-billed Cuckoo     Little Dry Creek Unit, Llano Seco Unit, Howard Slough Unit Fresh Emergent Wetland, Riparian 1,000 acres Butte and Glenn Little Dry Creek and Little Chico Creek   N        
198  Upper Cache Creek Assessment And Management Planning Project http://www.watershedrestoration.water.ca.gov/watersheds/downloads/psp2005/grant_award.doc 5     unknown       West Lake Resource Conservation District California Bay-Delta Authority (CALFED)               Upper Cache Creek   N   West Lake RCD 
889 Lakeport Blvd. 
Lakeport, CA 95453 
Phone: (707) 263-4180 
Fax: (707) 263-0912 
E-mail: wercd@jps.net
  West Lake RCD 
889 Lakeport Blvd. 
Lakeport, CA 95453 
Phone: (707) 263-4180 
Fax: (707) 263-0912 
E-mail: wercd@jps.net
199 Vallejo Mitigation Sites   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     4 completed sites                     137.4 acres                
200  Viansa Winery* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     94.3 acres                
201  Volta Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region4/volta.html 
 
http://www.ducks.org/Page2682.aspx
5 repairing the radial gates necessary to make water deliveries directly to wetlands Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Completed     CA Department of Fish and Game Ducks Unlimited North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA)         Fresh Emergent Wetland 5,800 acres Merced San Joaquin River   N        
202  Volta Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region4/volta.html 
 
http://www.ducks.org/Page2686.aspx
5 water delivery enhancement work Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Completed     CA Department of Fish and Game Ducks Unlimited North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA)       Westside Canal Fresh Emergent Wetland 1,800 acres Merced San Joaquin River   N        
203  Warm Springs Pasture   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     276.0 acres                
204  West End Duck Club   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     355.2 acres                
205  West Navy   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     64.4 acres                
206  Western Stege Marsh Restoration   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     planned                     Unmapped                
207  Whales Tail   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     2 naturally restored sites                     254.0 acres                
208  Wheeler Island   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     98.0 acres                
209  Whipple Ave Mitigation   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     7.7 acres                
210  White Slough* http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     naturally restored                     94.1 acres                
211  Wild Goose Enhancement http://www.ducks.org/Page2489.aspx 5 Increased wetland acreage for migrating and wintering waterfowl and other waterbirds, increased riparian acrage for neotropical migrants, improved water quality, improved water conveyance and control capabilities to allow better habitat management and improve efficiency of water use, and provided fish-safe water to many acres of wetlands and wildlife-friendly agriculture (i.e., winter flooded rice).   Completed     private property Ducks Unlimited   migratory waterfowl, shorebirds, neotropical migrants, raptors       palustrine emergent wetlands, riparian uplands 40 acres Butte Sacramento River   N        
212  Winchester Gun Club http://www.ducks.org/Page2479.aspx 5 Increased wetland acreage for migrating and wintering waterfowl and other waterbirds, increased riparian acrage for neotropical migrants, improved water quality, improved water conveyance and control capabilities to allow better habitat management and improve efficiency of water use, and provided fish-safe water to many acres of wetlands and wildlife-friendly agriculture (i.e., winter flooded rice). Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Completed     private property Ducks Unlimited   migratory waterfowl, shorebirds       palustrine emergent wetlands, riparian uplands 49 acres Butte Sacramento River   N        
213  Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area http://www.dfg.ca.gov/lands/wa/region2/yolo/ 
 
http://www.ducks.org/California/CaliforniaProjects/2330/CA3552YoloBypassWAprojects.html
5 Increased wetland acreage for migrating and wintering waterfowl and other waterbirds Existing Managed Wetlands and Enhancement of Existing Wetlands Completed     CA Department of Fish and Game Ducks Unlimited California Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB), North America Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) and Ducks Unlimited migratory waterfowl increased waterfowl habitat, improved habitat for shorebirds, wading birds, upland game, sensitive species     Seasonal and perennial non-tidal wetlands (freshwater) and associated uplands more than 1,000 acres Yolo Putah Creek   N   Dave Feliz 
dfeliz@dfg.ca.gov 
Wildlife Area Manager 
(530) 757-2461
   
214  Zanker Road Landfill Mitigation   http://www.wetlandtracker.org/GISInfoCatalog/servlet/org.sfei.GISInfoCatalog.UserInterface?directive=listprojects&listall=yes 2     completed                     24.0 acres                
215                                                   
216                                                   
217                                                   
218                                                   
219                                                   
220                          480000                        
221                          20000                        
222                          24                        

Research Projects

 
Name of Project/Study Website or other source of key information Project ID Water Board Region Purpose Type Status Project Period Anticipated completion date Managing agency Sponsors Names of component sites Existing & planned habitats for component sites Existing & planned acreage for each component site or project County Nearest waterway(s) Characteristics of restored area Any MeHg Monitoring? MeHg Monitoring Details Contact information for project manager Any additional comments, or citations or Internet addresses for project reports
2 Applied Research to Predict Evolution of Restored Diked Wetlands http://mercury.ornl.gov/metadata/nbii/html/nrpi/www.ice.ucdavis.edu_nrpi_xml_nrpi-9522.html ERP-96-M10 5 This project will analyze historically-breached dike wetlands in Delta as a means to predict the feasibility, patterns and rates of restoration to natural function that would be expected from breached-dike restoration strategies.  
  Completed June 1997-?               Delta   N   Charles A Simenstad 
University of Washington 
simenstd@u.washington.edu
 
Assessing Mercury Loadings from Tidal Systems CALFED Conference 2006                 CALFED             Y   Jacob Fleck 
USGS 
jafleck@usgs.gov
 
Biosentinel Mercury Monitoring in Support of Restoration Management across the Bay-Delta Watershed CALFED Conference 2006                 CALFED             Y   Darell Slotton 
UC Davis 
dgslotton@ucdavis.edu 
(530) 756-1001
 
Cache Creek Settling Basin Feasibility Study http://mercury.ornl.gov/metadata/nbii/html/nrpi/www.ice.ucdavis.edu_nrpi_xml_nrpi-9226.html ERP-01-C07-D 5 This study investigates the feasibility of 
enhancing a flood control basin on Cache Creek to trap mercury laden sediments from the Cache Creek watershed (including abandoned mercury mines) and prevent the movement of mercury into the Yolo bypass and Delta.
  completed 6/2004 -  
12/2005
  CALFED Ecosystem 
Restoration Program
  Cache Creek Settling Basin       Cache Creek   Y used water Hg and TSS data from CVRWQCB, may be monitoring Hg in sediment near the inlet to calculate total load into the basin. John Wondolleck,  
wondolleckjt@cdm.com
 
Concentration and Production of Methylmercury in Wetlands in the Bay http://www.sfei.org/rmp/mercury_newsletter/HgNews10_06_04.htm#section_3   2 Research, Restoration   in progress         Hamilton Army Airfield, China Camp St Park (control), Petaluma River Tidal Wetlands     Sonoma Baylands, San Pablo Bay   Y THg and MeHg in water, sediment, MeHg in plants (emergent and submergent), animals (fish, inverts, birds), rates of methyl and demethylation in sediment, a combination of chemical and bioassay techniques to monitor THg and MeHg in water and sediment for rapid analysis Dr. Herb Frederickson, USACE 
Herbert.L.Frederickson@erdc.usace.army.mil 
601-634-3716
 
Controls on Mercury-Methylation in Sediments from Fresthwater, Delta, and Salt-Marsh Regions of the San Francisco Bay Watershed CALFED Conference 2006                 CALFED             Y   Mark Marvin-DiPasquale 
USGS 
650-329-4442  
mmarvin@usgs.gov
 
Evaluation of Mercury Transformations and Trophic Transfer in the San Francisco Bay/Delta: Identifying Critical Processes http://mercury.ornl.gov/metadata/nbii/html/nrpi/www.ice.ucdavis.edu_nrpi_xml_nrpi-9269.html   5 This research project focuses on factors affecting production of methyl mercury and its bioaccumulation in the foodweb, focused on contrasting two Delta sites- Frank's tract and the Cosumnes River.  
  in progress       CALFED         Cosumnes, Delta   Y radiotracer studies of methylation, demethylation, mercury reduction and MeHg flux in sediment and water, MeHg and THg in Biota (pelagic (e.g. 
zooplankton), benthic (e.g. clams), and littoral (e.g. amphipods) invertebrate consumers, as well as near-shore (e.g. sunfish, juvenile and adult large mouth bass and inland silversides) and offshore (e.g. adult large mouth bass, threadfin shad) fish), monthly MeHg and THg in water and Corbicula at Cosumnes and Franks Tract sites
Mark Marvin-DiPasquale  
650-329-4442  
mmarvin@usgs.gov
 
Flooded Islands Restoration Feasibitity- Issues and Alternatives for Restoring Franks Tract CALFED Conference 2006   5             CALFED         Delta   maybe   Debra Bishop  
EDAW, Inc. 
bishopd@edaw.com
 
10  Habitat makes a difference: MeHg export from two wetlands on Twitchell Island. http://www.delta.dfg.ca.gov/erp/docs/wq_mercuryissues/Mercury_Poster_Abstracts.pdf#search=%22Habitat%20makes%20a%20difference%3A%20MeHg%20export%20from%20two%20wetlands%20on%20Twitchell%20Island%22   5 To evaluate which aspects of wetland design affect MeHg production.   completed 6/03 - summer/05       two adjacent ponds on Twitchell Island freshwater marsh 2 x 2.7 hectacres   Delta   Y MeHg sediment-water flux Elizabeth Sassone 
MLML 
esassone@mlml.calstate.edu 
831-771-4400
 
11  Habitat Restoration/Flood Control Bypasses System http://mercury.ornl.gov/metadata/nbii/html/nrpi/www.ice.ucdavis.edu_nrpi_xml_nrpi-9578.html ERP-98-A02 5 Project will evaluate restoration needs and opportunities to improve habitat, reduce stranding and improve connectivity with the Sacramento River and the north Delta   completed Sep-98         wetland, riparian, slough, agricultural     Sacramento River & North Delta   N   Elizabeth Hillyer 
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 
elizabeth.a.hillyer@usace.army.mil
 
12  Liberty Island: the Continued Transformation from Agriculture to Diverse Delta Habitats CALFED Conference 2006   5             CALFED         Delta   maybe   Randell C. Mager 
CA Dept. of Natural Resources
 
13  Marshes as Sources of Monomethyl-mercury in the San Francisco Bay Estuary and Delta, California CALFED Conference 2006                 CALFED             Y   Key-Yong Choe 
Battelle Marine Sciences Laboratory
 
14  Mercury Accumulation in Juvenile Chinook Salmon Caged on the Cosumnes Floodplain and Cosumnes River: Reconciling Mercury Uptake and Growth Dilution CALFED Conference 2006   5             CALFED             Y   Andrea R. Stewart 
USGS
 
15  Mercury and Dissolved Organic Matter in Delta Wetlands http://www.sfei.org/rmp/mercury_newsletter/HgNews02_10_05.htm#section_2   5 Plans are centered on measuring mercury and methylmercury concentration changes during tidal cycles from a wetland slough.  These data will be combined with ancillary data and water flux to determine fluxes from the tidal wetland. The study focuses on evidence that DOC from tidal wetlands in the Delta convert insoluble forms of sedimentary mercury into mobile forms mercury. We plan to quantify the capacity of DOM from representative Delta wetlands to solubilize the major sedimentary forms of mercury in the Delta – cinnabar, metacinnabar, and elemental mercury – and determine the dissolved and particulate fluxes of mercury and methylmercury at representative wetland sites in the Delta.   in progress       CALFED Brown's Island Tidal Wetland     Delta   Y THg and MeHg both dissolved and associated with suspended sediment. Filtered and unfiltered THg and MeHg, TSS and SSC. In-situ time series sampling. Dr. Brian Bergamaschi  
bbergama@usgs.gov 
 
Jacob Fleck   
jafleck@usgs.gov 
 
Bryan Downing  
bdowning@usgs.gov
 
16  Mercury and Methylmercury Processes in North San Francisco Bay Tidal Wetland Ecosystems http://www.sfei.org/rmp/mercury_newsletter/HgNews10_06_04.htm#section_6 ERP-02D-P62 2 Research for understanding mercury in the bay for future Restoration Projects   in progress       California Bay-Delta Authority (CALFED)   Tidal Wetlands     San Pablo Bay, Petaluma River   Y THg and MeHg in Water, Sediment, Biota (birds- THg in feathers, MeHg in blood), Radiolabeled Hg studies for methylation and demethylation Donald Yee 
SFEI  
donald@sfei.org   
510-746-7369
 
17  Mercury Contamination of Sport Fish in the Delta and its Watershed: Results from the First Year of CBDA Fish Mercury Project Sampling CALFED Conference 2006                 CALFED             Y   J. Letitia Grenier 
SFEI 
(510) 746-7334 
letitia@sfei.org
 
18  Mercury in Stormwater, and in the Plants and Fish of a Saltmarsh CALFED Conference 2006                 CALFED             Y   Peter Green 
UC Davis 
pggreen@ucdavis.edu
 
19  Mercury Speciation in Tidal Waters, Suspended Solids and Sediments from the San Francisco Bay. Research conducted by University of Notre Dame 
http://www.sfei.org/rmp/mercury_newsletter/HgNews02_10_05.htm#section_3   2 The objectives are to develop a method for the simultaneous analysis of methyl mercury and mercuric ion at sub-ppt levels, and to determine the concentrations of methyl mercury and mercuric ion in the tidal water, suspended solid and sediment samples from the San Francisco Bay.   in progress       USACE Hamilton Army Airfield Wetlands Restoration Site Tidal Wetland 988 acres   SF Bay   Y MeHg and Hg(II) in the tidal water, suspended solid and sediment samples Xiangru Zhang  
xzhang1@nd.edu 
 
Jeffrey Talley  
jtalley1@nd.edu 
 
Bill Davis  
wedavis@us.ul.com 
 
Ed George  
ed.george@ehl.ul.com
 
20  Peyton Slough Remediation CALFED Conference 2006   2             CALFED             maybe   Ms. Mary Brown 
Rhodia, Inc. 
259 Prospect Plains Road 
CN7500 
Cranbury. NJ 08512 
 
Francesca C. Demgen 
URS Corporation 
francesca_demgen@urscorp.com
 
21  Photo-degradation of Methyl Mercury in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, California CALFED Conference 2006                 CALFED             Y   Amy A. Byington 
MLML 
7544 Sandholdt Rd 
Moss Landing, CA 95039
 
22  Plant-mercury Interactions: Role of Submerged and Emergent Macrophytes in Mercury (Hg) Cycling of San Francisco Bay and Delta Wetlands CALFED Conference 2006                 CALFED             Y   Lisamarie Windham 
USGS 
lwindham@usgs.gov
 
23  Reactive Mercury Studies Associated with the Cosumnes River Floodplain CALFED Conference 2006   5             CALFED             Y   Sherrie L. Wren 
USGS
 
24  Sacramento River Watershed Information Module http://www.watershedrestoration.water.ca.gov/watersheds/downloads/psp2005/grant_award.doc 19695RUS 5           Sacramento River Watershed Program California Bay-Delta Authority (CALFED)         Sacramento, Feather, American rivers   N   Otis Wollan 
SRWP Facilitator 
PO Box 1750  
Colfax, CA 95713 
530-320-6841  
otis@foothill.net
 
25  Suisun Marsh Tidal Marsh Wetland Conceptual Model CALFED Conference 2006   2             CALFED             maybe   Janice Engle  
USFWS 
(208) 685-6951 
janice_engle@fws.gov
 
26  The Effects of Wetland Restoration on the Production and Bioaccumulation of Methylmercury in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, California. http://www.ice.ucdavis.edu/NRPI/NRPIdescription.asp?ProjectPK=5380 
http://gis.ca.gov/catalog/BrowseRecord.epl?id=25512 
http://loer.tamug.tamu.edu/calfed/Report/Midterm/UC%20Davis%201998-2001%20Delta%20Hg.pdf
ERP-97-C05 5 Monitoring: "To evaluate the effects of reflooding previously diked wetland areas, where levees have failed and not been repaired, on the production of methyl mercury" and uptake in small fish & invertebrates compared to control areas.  Determine the potential relationship between wetlands restoration projects and methyl mercury (MeHg) production in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.   Completed Jan 1998 - Dec 2000   UCDavis California Bay-Delta Authority (CALFED) Numerous sites throughout Delta, including paired inside/outside sampling of flooded wetland tracts subject to tidal inundation. Existing: Brackish & fresh water marsh, wetlands (unspecified) Delta-wide sampling   Delta   Y Sediment, water and small fish/clams throughout Delta, including paired sets of inside/outside flooded wetland tracts.  Thomas Suchanek  thsuchanek@ucdavis.edu Slotton, D.G., S.M. Ayers, T.H. Suchanek, R.D. Weyland, A.M. Liston, C. Asher, D.C. Nelson, and B. Johnson. 2002. The Effects of Wetland Restoration on the Production and Bioaccumulation of Methylmercury in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, California.  Draft final report submitted to the CALFED Bay-Delta Program for the project: An Assessment of the Ecological and Human Health Impacts of Mercury in the Bay-Delta Watershed. University of California, Davis, Dept. of Environmental Science and Policy, Dept. of Wildlife, Fish & Conservation Biology, and Division of Microbiology; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Division of Environmental Contaminants.  Available at: http://loer.tamug.tamu.edu/calfed/DraftReports.htm.
27 The Feasibility of Freshwater Tidal Wetland Rehabilitation in the Delta: Calhoun Cut Ecological Preserve CALFED Conference 2006   5             CALFED         Delta   maybe   Chris D. Bowles  
PWA, Ltd. 
928 Second Street, Suite 300 
Sacramento, CA 95814
 
28  Tidal Wetland Restoration at the Hamilton Army Airfield site on San Pablo Bay:  A Mass Balance approach to Mercury     2 Restoration of Hamilton Army Airfield, understand the MeHg mass balances in wetlands in the SF Bay   completed           Tidal Wetland 203 hectacres   SF Bay- San Pablo Bay   Y plants (emergent and submergent) Elly P.H. Best 
Research Biologist 
(601)634-4246 
beste@wes.army.mil
 
29  Transport, Cycling and Fate of Mercury and Monomethyl Mercury in the San Francisco Delta and Tributaries, An Integrated Mass Balance Assessment Approach 
http://mercury.ornl.gov/metadata/nbii/html/nrpi/www.ice.ucdavis.edu_nrpi_xml_nrpi-9251.html   5 The purpose of this project is to provide an integrated research project on sources and loads of mercury in the Bay Delta watershed, and the transport, cycling and transformation that occur to mercury and monomethylmercury within the watershed. This research project will evaluate mercury sources and sinks and biogeochemical cycling using a mass balance approach.   in progress     MLML 
San Jose State University Foundation
CALFED         Delta and tribs   Y THg and MeHg: water, sediment, atomospheric inputs, sediment flux, MeHg production in different habitat types Chris Thompson  
(408) 924-1440  
cthompso@foundation.sjsu.edu
 
30  Understanding Tidal Marsh Restoration Processes & Patterns http://mercury.ornl.gov/metadata/nbii/html/nrpi/www.ice.ucdavis.edu_nrpi_xml_nrpi-9652.html ERP-99-B13 2, 5 The inter-disciplinary team involved in this project will address considerable uncertainty in predicting the outcome and ecological benefit of restoring shallow-water tidal habitat in three different regions of the Bay Delta: the Delta, Suisun Bay, and San Pablo/North Bay   completed Aug 00- June 03     CALFED         Delta, Suisun Bay, and San Pablo/North Bay.   N   Charles A Simenstad  
University of Washington   
simenstd@u.washington.edu 
(206) 685-7185
 
31  Water Quality Monitoring in Constructed Wetlands in the San Joaquin Valley CALFED Conference 2006   5             CALFED             maybe   Anthony T. O'Geen 
UC Davis 
atogeen@ucdavis.edu
 
32  Wetland Design and Management Options for Control of Mercury in SF Bay. http://www.sfei.org/rmp/mercury_newsletter/HgNews10_06_04.htm#section_5   2 Restoration Design, Monitoring. To identify specific, practical measures to substantially reduce methylation of mercury in the Bay and to produce a Wetland Implementation Plan that can be incorporated as an element for wetlands as the Board adaptively implements the mercury TMDL (Region 2) Enhancement of Existing Wetlands, Restoration of Wetlands that previously existed planned       State Board, prop 13   Tidal Wetlands     Tidal Wetlands-SF Bay   Y THg and MeHg in Sediment and water Phil Lebednik 
Phillip.Lebednik@lfr.com 
510-596-9588 
 
Richard Looker 
rlooker@waterboards.ca.gov
 
33                                           

Conservation Banks

  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N
1 Conservation Bank Name Website or other source of key information Bank Status Credits Bank approved to sell Agency that approved bank County USGS Quad total acres Habitat Owner Development Status Specific Sites Contact Information (address, phone, email) Comments
2 Agua Fria Multi-Species Mitigation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Presently sold out but more credits possible in the future San Joaquin kit fox credits USFWS Stanislaus, Merced and Fresno   Phase I = 136.7, Phase II = 3096.8         Donn R. Campion 
15280 Bohlman Road 
Saratoga, CA 95070 
Phone: (408) 867-1593 
dcampion@aguafria.net
 
Agua Fria Multi-Species Mitigation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Presently sold out but more credits possible in the future San Joaquin kit fox; burrowing owl CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Stanislaus, Merced and Fresno   Phase I = 136.7, Phase II = 3096.8         Donn R. Campion 
15280 Bohlman Road 
Saratoga, CA 95070 
Phone: (408) 867-1593 
dcampion@aguafria.net
 
Arroyo Seco Conservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Sold Out vernal pool preservation credits (vernal pool tadpole shrimp, vernal pool fairy shrimp, Sacramento Orcutt grass and Slender Orcutt grass) USFWS Amador, El Dorado, Placer and Sacramento   240         Conservation Resources, LLC 
3600 American River Dr., Suite 105 
Sacramento, CA 95864 
Phone: (916) 974-3383
 
Barten Ranch         Sacramento Clay 1440 vernal pool/wetlands   under developmt      
Battle Creek Riparian Mitigation Bank         Tehama Tuscan Buttes 135 riparian habitat DFG Redding under developmt      
Beach Lake Mitigation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Credits not for sale to the public   CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Sacramento Florin 142 seasonal &emergent wetland Caltrans began 1993 Morrison Creek Watershed CA Department of Transportation 
District 3 Environmental Branch 
703 "B" Street ( P.O. Box 911) 
Marysville, CA  95901 
(530)-741-4211
 
Brushy Creek Conservation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Sold Out/ Closed   CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Contra Costa             Wildlands, Inc. 
Julie Maddox 
3855 Atherton Road 
Rocklin, CA 95765 
Phone: (916) 435-3555
 
Bryte Ranch Conservation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Active Vernal pools; Swainson's hawk, burrowing owl CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Sacramento             Charter Properties 
Stephen French 
4111 Lusk Drive 
Sacramento, CA 95864 
(916) 489-6600 
french2u@comcast.net
 
10  Bryte Ranch Conservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active vernal pool preservation credits (vernal pool fairy shrimp and vernal pool tadpole shrimp) USFWS Sacramento, Placer, El Dorado and Amador   573         Charter Properties 
Stephen French 
4111 Lusk Drive 
Sacramento, CA 95864 
(916) 489-6600 
french2u@comcast.net
 
11  Burdell Ranch Wetlands Mitigation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Active Wetlands CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Marin             Mount Burdell Enterprises  
365 Bel Marin Keys Blvd., Ste. 100 
Novato, CA 94949 
(415) 884-2164 
Tony Georges 
(415) 454-4151
 
12  Byron Conservation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml  Sold Out   CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Alameda             J. Frank Davidson 
CA Dept. of General Services 
Real Estate Services Division 
707 Third St., Ste 6-130 
West Sacramento, CA  95605  
(916) 376-1826 
fax: (916) 376-1833
 
13  Campbell Ranch Conservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm 
 
www.r-e-solutions.org/crcb.htm
Active vernal pool preservation credits (vernal pool fairy shrimp and vernal pool tadpole shrimp) USFWS Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Solano, Yolo   160         R.E. Solutions, Inc. 
Dana Foss 
350 West A Street 
Dixon, CA 95620 
Phone: (707) 678-7386 
Fax: (707) 678-3121 
danafoss@r-e-solutions.org
 
14  Clay Station Conservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active vernal pool creation credits (vernal pool tadpole shrimp and vernal pool fairy shrimp) 
Corps of Engineers wetlands mitigation credits
USFWS Amador, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, San Joaquin and Sutter   405         ECORP 
2260 Douglas Blvd., Suite 160 
Roseville, CA 95661 
(916) 782-9100
Other sensitive species present: Swainson's hawk
15 Clay Station Mitigation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Active Vernal pools CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Sacramento             ECORP Consulting, Inc. 
2260 Douglas Blvd., Suite 160 
Roseville, CA 95661 
(916) 782-9100
 
16  Coles Levee Ecosystem Preservation Conservation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Active Southern San Joaquin valley upland species  CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Kern             Aera Energy, LLC 
Mark Poe 
P.O. Box 11164 
Bakersfield, CA  93389-1164 
(661) 665-5149
 
17  Coles Levee Ecosystem Preserve http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Sold Out upland species credits for San Joaquin kit fox, Tipton kangaroo rat, giant kangaroo rat, blunt-nosed leopard lizard and other species (contact AERA) USFWS Kern, King and Tulare   6059         Aera Energy, LLC 
Mark Poe 
P.O. Box 11164 
Bakersfield, CA  93389-1164 
(661) 665-5149
Other sensitive species present: Hoover's eriastrum, Kern mallow, San Joaquin woolly-threads, Bakersfield cactus
18 Conservation Resources has submitted an application for a 130 acre bank alond the Cosumnes river near Wilton. http://www.bizjournals.com/sacramento/stories/2004/03/29/story6.html?page=5                          
19  Cosumnes Floodplain Mitigation Bank USACE Public Notice Number: SPK-2007-02210, Date: February 25, 2009 under development   U.S. Army Corps [under review] Sacramento Bruceville & Thornton 466 wetlands & riparian   under developmt Cosumnes River Westervelt Ecological Services 
600 North Market Blvd., Suite 3 
Sacramento, California 95834 
Hal Holland, (916) 646-3644
The mitigation banker has provided a draft bank enabling instrument (BEI) to the Corps for review and comment.  The site is bordered by the Mokelumne River, the northern edge the Cosumnes River, the eastern edge Grizzly Slough, and the southern edge New Hope Road.
20 Cottonwood Creek Wetland Mitigation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Sold Out   CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Shasta Anderson 90 freshwater emergent DFG Redding began 1994 (has RB contact: Anne Manji Cottonwood Creek Bruce Webb 
601 Locust Street 
Redding, CA 96001 
(530) 225-2675 
bwebb@dfg.ca.gov
 
21  Desmond Mitigation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Active Wetlands CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Sonoma             Christopher and Annie Desmond 
4801 Llano Road 
Sebastopol, CA 95472 
Phone: (707) 824-9100
 
22  Desmond Mititgation Bank   http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active 13.6 credits for the federally endangered Sebastopol meadowfoam (Limnanthes vinculans) and up to 11.1 credits, as approved and released, for wetland creation. USFWS Sonoma           Santa Rosa Plain Christopher and Annie Desmond 
4801 Llano Road 
Sebastopol, CA 95472 
Phone: (707) 824-9100
 
23  Dolan Ranch Conservation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Active Vernal pools; giant garter snake CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Colusa             Wildlands, Inc. 
Julie Maddox 
3855 Atherton Road 
Rocklin, CA 95765 
Phone: (916) 435-3555
 
24  Dolan Ranch Conservation Bank  http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Vernal Pool- Active 
Giant Garter Snake- Sold Out
vernal pool preservation (vernal pool tadpole shrimp) credits. giant garter snake credits but these are sold out. USFWS Butte, Colusa, El Dorado, Glenn, Placer, Sutter, Tehema, Yuba, Solano and Yolo   251         Dolan Ranch Conservation Bank 
Julie Maddox 
3855 Atherton Road 
Rocklin, CA 95765 
Phone: (916) 435-3555
Other sensitive species present: Swainson's hawk, burrowing owl, heartscale  and brittlescale
25 Dove Ridge Conservation Bank  http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm 
 
www.LoaferCreek.com
Active vernal pool preservation credits (vernal pool fairy shrimp, vernal pool tadpole shrimp and Butte County meadowfoam) USFWS Butte and Tehama   2400         Loafer Creek LLC 
Angi Orlandella 
8014 Hwy 99 
Oroville, CA 95965 
Phone: (530) 566-1137 
Fax: (530) 566-1881 
AOrlandella@LoaferCreek.com
 
26  Drayer Ranch Conservation Bank  http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active vernal pool preservation (vernal pool fairy shrimp, vernal pool tadpole shrimp, Greene's tuctoria, succulent owl's clover, San Joaquin orcutt grass) and San Joaquin kit fox credits. California tiger salamander credits may be added. USFWS Amador, Calaveras, Fresno, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, San Joaquin and Stanislaus   254         San Joaquin Valley Conservancy 
P.O. Box 732 
Merced, CA 95341 
(209) 723-9283 
SJVC@bigvalley.net 
 
Drayer Trust 
(209) 389-4347
Other sensitive species present: western spadefoot toad
27 Elsie Gridley Multi-Species Conservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active vernal pool preservation and creation credits (Plants include alkali milk vetch, Baker's navarretia, brittlescale, Delta tule pea, Delta woolly-marbles, dwarf downingia and heartscale) 
(Animals include Conservancy fairy shrimp, California Tiger Salamander, Delta Green Ground Beetle, vernal pool tadpole shrimp and vernal pool fairy shrimp) 
 
Corps of Engineers alkali playa pool, swale/seasonal wetlands and vernal pool credits. Under restoration, they should add meander channel/stream mitigation credits.
USFWS Solano, Napa, Yolo, Western Sacramento, Sacramento, Northern San Joaquin, Eastern Contra Costa, Northeastern Alameda, portions of Placer, Glen, Colusa, Sutter, El Dorado, and Amador Counties. (Service areas for the various species do not necessarily include all of these counties.)   1800         Wetlands Resources LLC 
Ed Flynn 
3030 Bridgeway #107 
Sausalito, CA 94965 
Phone: (415) 289-0250 
Fax: (415) 289-0253  
1022flynn@sbcglobal.net
Other sensitive species present: Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle, tricolored blackbird, northern harrier and California linderiella.
28 Elsie Gridley Multi-Species Conservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active California tiger salamander, Swainson's Hawk foraging and burrowing owl. CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Solano, Napa, Yolo, Western Sacramento, Sacramento, Northern San Joaquin, Eastern Contra Costa, Northeastern Alameda, portions of Placer, Glen, Colusa, Sutter, El Dorado, and Amador Counties. (Service areas for the various species do not necessarily include all of these counties.)   1800         Wetlands Resources LLC 
Ed Flynn 
3030 Bridgeway #107 
Sausalito, CA 94965 
Phone: (415) 289-0250 
Fax: (415) 289-0253  
1022flynn@sbcglobal.net
Other sensitive species present: Valley Elderberry Longhorn Beetle, tricolored blackbird, northern harrier and California linderiella.
29 Fitzgerald Ranch Conservation Bank  http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active vernal pool preservation (vernal pool fairy shrimp) and California tiger salamander credits. USFWS Amador, Calaveras, El Dorado, Merced, San Joaquin, Sacramento Stanislaus and Tuolumne s of Cosumnes R, e of SJ Co. line. 803 T&E vernal private began 1999   Lane Family Partnership Trust #1 
P.O. Box 750 
Clements, CA 95227 
Phone: (209) 483-0030
Other sensitive species present: Legenera, western spadefoot toad
30 French Camp Conservation Bank  http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active This bank is approved to sell valley elderberry longhorn beetle credits. USFWS Alameda, Amador, Calaveras, Contra Costa, Fresno, Mariposa, Merced, Madera, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Solano, Stanislaus, Tuolumne, Yolo   84         Sycamore Environmental 
John Little 
6355 Riverside Blvd Ste C 
Sacramento, CA 95831 
Phone: (916) 427-0703 
John.Little@SycamoreEnv.com 
 
Darryl Foreman 
Delta Habitat/Strata Habitat Foundation 
Phone: (415) 309-0646
 
31  Grizzly Slough Mitigation Bank         Sacramento Thornton and Bruceville 488 seasonal& perm wetland, riparian DWR under developmt      
32  Haera Conservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Pending Approval  State of California San Joaquin kit fox and burrowing owl credits. We are in the process of approving it for Federal kit fox credits. USFWS Contra Costa, Alameda, San Joaquin and Stanislaus.   299         Wildlands, Inc. 
Julie Maddox 
3855 Atherton Road 
Rocklin, CA 95765 
Phone: (916) 435-3555
 
33  Haera Wildlife Conservation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Active Burrowing owl; San Joaquin kit fox CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Alameda and San Joaquin             Wildlands, Inc. 
Julie Maddox 
3855 Atherton Road 
Rocklin, CA 95765 
Phone: (916) 435-3555
 
34  Hazel Mitigation Bank  http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active California tiger salamander and wetland credits. USFWS Sonoma   101       California tiger salamander: The range of the species in Sonoma County. Wetlands: The Santa Rosa Plain Harvey Rich 
Hazel Mitigation Preserve, L.L.C. 
336 Bon Air Center, Box 232 
Greenbrae, CA 94904 
Phone: (415) 472-1086
 
35  Honey Lake Wetlands Mitigation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Credits not yet released for sale   CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Lassen             Bruce Webb 
601 Locust Street 
Redding, CA 96001 
(530) 225-2675 
bwebb@dfg.ca.gov
 
36  Kennedy Table Mitigation Bank  http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active vernal pool preservation credits (succulent owl's clover and vernal pool fairy shrimp) USFWS Fresno, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Stanislaus and Tuolumne   600         Bart & Cynthia Topping  
P.O. Box 2 
O'Neals, CA 93645  
Phone: (559) 868-3339  
Fax: same  
topping@netptc.net
Other sensitive species present: Lake hedge hyssop
37 Kern Water Bank Authority Conservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active upland species credits for San Joaquin kit fox, Tipton kangaroo rat, blunt-nosed leopard lizard and other species (contact Kern Water Board) USFWS Kern, Kings and Tulare   3267         Kern Water Board Authority 
Cheryl Harding 
33141 East Lerdo Highway 
P.O. Box 80607 
Bakersfield, CA 93380 
Phone: (661) 399-8735 
Fax: (661) 399-9751 
charding@kwb.org
 
38  Kern Water Bank Authority Conservation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Active Southern San Joaquin valley upland species  CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Kern             Kern Water Board Authority 
Cheryl Harding 
33141 East Lerdo Highway 
P.O. Box 80607 
Bakersfield, CA 93380 
Phone: (661) 399-8735 
Fax: (661) 399-9751 
charding@kwb.org
 
39  Kimball Island Conservation Bank  http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active Delta smelt and winter-run chinook salmon credits. 
Corps of Engineers wetland mitigation credits
USFWS Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Sacramento, Sutter, Yolo, Alameda, Contra Costa, San Joaquin and Solano Antioch S 110 emergent marsh, mudflat private under developmt for T&E fish Sacramento River, Delta Wildlands, Inc. 
Julie Maddox 
3855 Atherton Road 
Rocklin, CA 95765 
Phone: (916) 435-3555
Other sensitive species include: California black rail, Mason's lilaeopsis, Sacramento splittail, and delta tule pea
40 Kimball Island Mitigation Bank Wildlands, Inc./Steve Morgan Kimball Island http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Active Wetlands; riparian  CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Sacramento           San Joaquin River Wildlands, Inc. 
Julie Maddox 
3855 Atherton Road 
Rocklin, CA 95765 
Phone: (916) 435-3555
 
41  Kreyenhagen Hills Conservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active San Joaquin kit fox credits USFWS Fresno, Kern and King   1295         Wildlands, Inc. 
Julie Maddox 
3855 Atherton Road 
Rocklin, CA 95765 
Phone: (916) 435-3555
Other Sensitive Species: western spadefoot toad
42 Laguna (Carinalli) Mitigation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Sold Out   CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Sonoma             Vernal Pool Technologies, LLC 
Nathan Botwinik 
475 Noonan Ranch Lane 
Santa Rosa, CA 95403 
Phone: (707) 569-9404
 
43  Laguna Creek Conservation Bank  http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm VELB: Active, Vernal Pool: Sold Out Valley elderberry longhorn beetle credits. (The bank was also approved to sell vernal pool preservation and creation credits. However, these credits are sold out.) USFWS Sacramento,Sutter, Placer, El Dorado, Yolo,  Solano, San Joaquin, Amador, Calaveras.   780         Laguna Creek Conservation Bank  
3600 American River Drive, Suite 105 
Sacramento, CA 95864 
Phone: (916) 974-3383
 
44  Laguna Mitigation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Sold Out wetlands restoration, vernal pool preservation, oak savannah and grassland credits USFWS Sonoma, Napa and Marin   28       Santa Rosa Plain Vernal Pool Technologies, LLC 
Nathan Botwinik 
475 Noonan Ranch Lane 
Santa Rosa, CA 95403 
Phone: (707) 569-9404
Other sensitive species present: Sebastopol meadowfoam, Baker's stickyseed, Burke's goldfields, California tiger salamander
45 Medford Island Conservation Bank         San Joaquin Bouldin Is 750 emergent wetland, seasonal marsh private w/ DFG easement began 1996      
46  Ohlone Preserve Conservation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Active CA red-legged frog; Alameda whipsnake; CA tiger salamander CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Alameda             Robert Fletcher 
Fletcher Conservation Properties 
1576 Catalina Court 
Livermore, CA 94550 
Phone: (925) 447-2344 
rob.fletcher@sbcglobal.net
 
47  Ohlone Preserve Conservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active California red-legged frog, Alameda whipsnake and California tiger salamander credits USFWS Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Clara, San Joaquin, Marin, Napa, San Mateo, Merced, San Benito and Stanislaus   640         Robert Fletcher 
Fletcher Conservation Properties 
1576 Catalina Court 
Livermore, CA 94550 
Phone: (925) 447-2344 
rob.fletcher@sbcglobal.net
 
48  Orchard Creek Conservation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Sold Out   CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Placer             Wildlands, Inc. 
Julie Maddox 
3855 Atherton Road 
Rocklin, CA 95765 
Phone: (916) 435-3555
 
49  Orchard Creek Conservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Sold Out Vernal pool preservation credits (vernal pool fairy shrimp) USFWS Yuba, Sutter, Yolo, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento and El Dorado   632         Wildlands, Inc. 
Julie Maddox 
3855 Atherton Road 
Rocklin, CA 95765 
Phone: (916) 435-3555
 
50  Pleasanton Ridge Conservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm not currently approved to sell credits California red-legged frog and Alameda whipsnake credits USFWS Alameda, Contra Costa and Santa Clara Dublin 654 riparian, oak private & East Bay Reg Pk under developmt   East Bay Regional Park District 
2950 Peralta Oaks Court 
P.O. Box 5381 
Oakland, CA  94605-1417 
(510) 562-7275
 
51  Pleasanton Ridge Conservation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Not currently approved to sell credits   CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Alameda             East Bay Regional Park District 
2950 Peralta Oaks Court 
P.O. Box 5381 
Oakland, CA  94605-1417 
(510) 562-7275
 
52  Pope Ranch Conservation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Active Giant garter snake CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Yolo             Wildlands, Inc. 
Julie Maddox 
3855 Atherton Road 
Rocklin, CA 95765 
Phone: (916) 435-3555
 
53  Pope Ranch Conservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Sold Out giant garter snake credits USFWS Yolo, Solano and Sacramento   391         Wildlands, Inc. 
Julie Maddox 
3855 Atherton Road 
Rocklin, CA 95765 
Phone: (916) 435-3555
 
54  River Ranch Conservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active Valley elderberry longhorn beetle ("VELB") credits USFWS Sutter, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Colusa, Yolo, Napa, Solano, El Dorado, Placer, Nevada, Yuba, Tehama, Glenn, Butte, Plumas and Sierra   76         River Ranch Conservation Bank 
Julie Maddox 
3855 Atherton Road 
Rocklin, CA 95765 
Phone: (916) 435-3555
 
55  SMUD         Sacramento Goose Ck 1509 vernal pool private under developmt      
56  Southwest Santa Rosa Vernal Pool Preservation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Sold Out/ Closed   CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Sonoma             DFG Central Coast Region 
(707) 944-5500 
Scott Wilson 
P.O. Box 47 
Yountville, CA 94599 
(707) 944-5584 
swilson@dfg.ca.gov
 
57  Springtown Natural Communities Reserve http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Active  Wetlands CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Alameda Altamont 93 seasonal&alkaline wetlands private under developmt   Terry Huffman 
The Huffman Broadway Group, Inc. 
828 Mission Avenue 
San Rafael, CA 94901 
(415) 925-2000
 
58  Stillwater Plains Mitigation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Active Vernal pools; valley elderberry longhorn beetle CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Shasta Enterprise 90 vernal pool/wetlands private under developmt   Stillwater Plains Mitigation Bank 
Glenn Hawes 
P.O. Box 52  
Palo Cedro, CA  96073 
(530) 365-4233
 
59  Stillwater Plains Mitigation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active vernal pool preservation and creation (vernal pool tadpole shrimp, fairy shrimp, slender Orcutt grass and Sacramento Orcutt grass) and valley elderberry longhorn beetle credits 
Corps of Engineers wetland mitigation credits
USFWS Shasta and Tehama   834         Stillwater Plains Mitigation Bank  
21923 Dersch Road 
Anderson, CA 96007 
Phone: (530) 365-4233
Other sensitive species include legenere and other plant species
60 Sunrise Douglas Preservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active vernal pool preservation credits (vernal pool tadpole shrimp, vernal pool fairy shrimp, slender Orcutt grass and Sacramento Orcutt grass) USFWS Sacramento, Amador, El Dorado and Placer   482         Sares-Regis Group 
1425 River Park Drive, Suite 530 
Sacramento, CA 95815 
Phone: (916) 929-3193
 
61  SW Santa Rosa Vernal Pool Preservation Bank  http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Sold Out Vernal pool preservation credits (Sebastopol meadowfoam), Baker's stickyseed and California tiger salamander. USFWS Sonoma, Marin and Napa   39.4         Vernal Pool Technologies, LLC  
Nathan Botwinik 
475 Noonan Ranch Lane 
Santa Rosa, CA 95403 
Phone: (707) 569-9404
 
62  Vieira-Sandy Mush Road Conservation Bank  http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Active vernal pool preservation credits (vernal pool fairy shrimp, vernal pool tadpole shrimp and Conservancy fairy shrimp) and California tiger salamander credits. USFWS Alameda, Calaveras, Fresno, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Stanislaus and Tuolumne   333         Vieira-Sandy Mush Road Conservation Bank 
5843 North Utah Street 
Merced, CA 95348 
Phone: (209) 383-3029
Other sensitive species present include western spadefoot toad
63 Wikiup Conservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Sold Out vernal pool creation credits (Sebastopol meadowfoam) and Burke's goldfields 
Corps of Engineers wetland mitigation credits
USFWS Sonoma, Marin and Napa   12       Santa Rosa Plain Wikiup Conservation Bank  
987 Airway Court, Suite 44 
Santa Rosa, CA 95403 
Phone: (707) 944-5500 
 
64  Wikiup Wetlands Mitigation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Sold Out/ Closed   CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Sonoma             DFG Central Coast Region 
(707) 944-5500 
Scott Wilson 
P.O. Box 47 
Yountville, CA 94599 
(707) 944-5584 
swilson@dfg.ca.gov
 
65  Wildlands Conservation Bank (Sheridan) http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Sold Out vernal pool creation (vernal pool tadpole shrimp and vernal pool fairy shrimp) and valley elderberry longhorn beetle credits 
Corps of Engineers wetland mitigation credits
USFWS Placer   623         Wildlands, Inc. 
Julie Maddox 
3855 Atherton Road 
Rocklin, CA 95765 
Phone: (916) 435-3555
 
66  Wildlands Inc Mitigation Bank (Sheridan) http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Active Vernal pools; valley elderberry longhorn beetle CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Placer Sheridan 315 seasonal, open water, &perennial, vernal, riparian, channel private, DFG easement began 1994   Wildlands, Inc. 
Julie Maddox 
3855 Atherton Road 
Rocklin, CA 95765 
Phone: (916) 435-3555
 
67  Wright Preservation Bank http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/conplan/mitbank/catalogue/catalogue.shtml Sold Out   CA Dept. of Fish & Game  Sonoma             DFG Central Coast Region 
(707) 944-5500 
Scott Wilson 
P.O. Box 47 
Yountville, CA 94599 
(707) 944-5584 
swilson@dfg.ca.gov
 
68  Wright Preservation Bank http://www.fws.gov/sacramento/es/bank_list.htm Sold Out vernal pool preservation credits (Sebastopol meadowfoam), Burke's goldfields and California tiger salamander USFWS Sonoma   162         DFG Central Coast Region 
(707) 944-5500 
Scott Wilson 
P.O. Box 47 
Yountville, CA 94599 
(707) 944-5584 
swilson@dfg.ca.gov
 
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Project Lat-Long Locations

  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R
1 Name of Habitat Area or Project Lat/ Long comments Latitude 1 (decimal degrees) Longitude 1 (decimal degrees) Latitude 2 (decimal degrees) Longitude 2 (decimal degrees) Latitude 3 (decimal degrees) Longitude 3 (decimal degrees) Latitude 4 (decimal degrees) Longitude 4 (decimal degrees) Latitude 5 (decimal degrees) Longitude 5 (decimal degrees) Latitude 6 (decimal degrees) Longitude 6 (decimal degrees) Latitude 7 (decimal degrees) Longitude 7 (decimal degrees) Shapefile Pathway Shapefile Name
2 Albany Bulb Lagoon*   37.88968 -122.32697                            
Albany Salt Marsh Expansion     37.88861 -122.31128                            
Alder Creek Watershed Planning   38.63864 -121.14807                            
American Canyon*   38.16947 -122.27688                            
Applied Research to Predict Evolution of Restored Diked Wetlands                               BREACH I sites  
Assessing Mercury Loadings from Tidal Systems                                  
Assessment Of Restoration                                  
Assessment Of Riparian Wetlands As Buffer Zones For Water Quality In The San Joaquin River                                  
10  Bahia Acquisition and Tidal Wetland Restoration                                  
11  Bair Island SFO Mitigation*   37.53078 -122.20403                            
12  Bair Island, USFWS*   37.51458 -122.23308                            
13  Battle Creek - Chinook Salmon &  Steelhead Restoration Study   40.39803 -122.14477                            
14  Bayside Business Park Phase II*   37.47048 -121.94439                            
15  Bear River Watershed Group                                  
16  Bel Marin Keys Unit 5*   38.07575 -122.50129                            
17  Beldon's Landing                                    
18  Benicia Waterfront Marsh Restoration - Phase I                                  
19  Berkeley Meadows*   37.86802 -122.30902                            
20  Berry Patch I Enhancement                                  
21  Big Break and Marsh Creek Water Quality and Habitat Restoration Program   
(Marsh Creek Watershed Restoration And Outreach Program)
  38.003 -121.693                            
22  Biosentinel Mercury Monitoring in Support of Restoration Management across the Bay-Delta Watershed                                  
23  Blacklock                                    
24  Bothin Marsh*   37.88243 -122.52378                            
25  Breuner Marsh Mitigation Bank                                  
26  Breuners Mitigation Bank     37.98347 -122.36176                            
27  Bufferlands. Upper Beach Lake Wildlife area                                  
28  Burlingame Lagoon                                    
29  Butte Basin- Live Oak Restoration                                  
30  Butte Sink Wildlife Management Area                                  
31  Cache Creek Settling Basin Feasibility Study   38.6899 -121.69163                            
32  CalTrans Mitigation Site                                    
33  Canalways                                    
34  Cargill Mitigation Marsh*                                  
35  Central Avenue Marsh*                                  
36  Central Avenue Marsh, Albany Sequel                                    
37  Cerrito Creek at Albany Hills*                                  
38  Charleston Slough*                                  
39  Chipps Island East                                    
40  Chipps Island West                                    
41  Citation Marsh*                                  
42  City of Roseville Creek and Riparian Management and Restoration Plan 1: Dry Creek 38.73349 -121.29302                            
43  Cogswell Marsh*                                  
44  Colma Creek Mitigation*                                  
45  Color Spot*                                  
46  Colusa National Wildlife Refuge                                  
47  Concentration and Production of Methylmercury in Wetlands in the Bay   38.05193 -122.4925                            
48  Controls on Mercury-Methylation in Sediments from Fresthwater, Delta, and Salt-Marsh Regions of the San Francisco Bay Watershed                                  
49  Cooley Landing*                                  
50  Corte Madera Ecological Reserve Expansion                                    
51  Cosumnes River Preserve   38.26 -120.56833                            
52  Coyote Creek Flood Control Project*                                  
53  Coyote Creek Lagoon                                    
54  Coyote Hills Wetlands Enhancement and Drainage Improvement Project   37.54832 -122.08882                            
55  Crissy Field*                                  
56  Cullinan Ranch*                                  
57  Damon Slough Seasonal Wetland Mitigation*                                  
58  Deak Marsh                                    
59  Delevan National Wildlife Refuge                                  
60  Development of a River corridor Management Plan for the Lower American River   38.58216 -121.42077                            
61  Dunphy Park*                                  
62  DUST Marsh*   37.55868 -122.08099                            
63  Dutch Slough Tidal Marsh Restoration Project   38.004 121.66                            
64  East San Rafael Wetlands                                    
65  Ecological Monitoring of Tolay & Cullinan Ranch Tidal Wetlands Restoration   38.15896 -122.44807                            
66  Eden Landing                                    
67  Edgerley Island Marina                                    
68  Emeryville Crescent*                                  
69  Emily Renzel Marsh*                                  
70  Evaluation of Mercury Transformations and Trophic Transfer in the San Francisco Bay/Delta: Identifying Critical Processes 1: Franks Tract, 2: Cosumnes River, 3: Cosumnes Flood Plain 38.0447 -121.62264 38.25447 -121.42231 38.26117 -121.43001                    
71  Faber Tract Marsh                                    
72  Feasibility analysis for the San Joaquin-Bear Creek Floodplain Restoration Project, San Luis National Wildlife Refuge, Merced County   37.2732 -120.81687                            
73  Feather River Wildlife Area                                  
74  Figueras Tract                                    
75  Flooded Islands Restoration Feasibitity- Issues and Alternatives for Restoring Franks Tract                                  
76  Focused Action to Develop Ecologically-based Hydrologic Models and Water Management Strategies in the San Joaquin Basin                                  
77  Forgotten Shoreline                                  
78  Foster City Marsh*                                  
79  Fremont Weir Wildlife Area                                  
80  Galbraith Golf Course Wetland Mitigation*                                  
81  Gallinas Creek*                                  
82  Grasslands Wildlife Management Area (part of San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Complex)                                  
83  Gray Lodge Wildlife Area                                  
84  Green Point/Toy Marsh                                    
85  Guadalcanal Village*                                  
86  Habitat makes a difference: MeHg export from two wetlands on Twitchell Island.   38.10968 -121.64955                            
87  Habitat Restoration/Flood Control Bypasses System   38.26729 -121.69596                            
88  Hamilton Airfield*                                  
89  Harvey Marsh                                    
90  Hayward Marsh Brackish*                                  
91  Hayward Marsh Fresh                                    
92  Hayward Shoreline Enhancement Project*                                  
93  Hill Slough                                    
94  Hoffman Marsh*                                  
95  Huichica Creek Enhancement*                                  
96  Ideal Marsh                                    
97  Kern National Wildlife Refuge                                  
98  KGO Towers*                                  
99  Knapp Tract*                                  
100  La Riviere Marsh*                                  
101  Lagoon Valley Watershed Restoration   38.33851 -122.01948                            
102  Lake Merritt Restoration*                                  
103  Las Gallinas Ponds                                    
104  Liberty Island: the Continued Transformation from Agriculture to Diverse Delta Habitats                                  
105  Los Banos Wildlife Area                                  
106  Lower Clear Creek Floodway Rehabilitation Project   40.51391 -122.5279                            
107  Lower Feather River Huc/Honcut Creek Watershed Assessment Project 1: Lower Feather River, 2: Honcut Creek 39.26512 -121.6232 39.31661 -121.60345                        
108  Lower Mokelumne River Restoration Plan   38.159 -121.206                            
109  Lower Sherman Island Wildlife Area                                  
110  Madera Bay Park                                    
111  Mare Island Navy Conservation Areas*                                  
112  Mare Island Navy Mitigation Marsh                                    
113  Mare Island Refuge                                    
114  Marin Flood Control - Seasonal                                    
115  Marin Flood Control/CDFG - Perennial                                    
116  Marshes as Sources of Monomethyl-mercury in the San Francisco Bay Estuary and Delta, California                                  
117  Martas Marsh                                    
118  Martin Luther King, Jr. Marsh Restoration*                                  
119  Mayhews Landing                                    
120  Mendota Wildlife Area                                  
121  Merced National Wildlife Refuge                                  
122  Merced River Corridor Restoration Plan Phase IV:Dredger Tailings Reach 1: Merced River Ranch, 2: Above Lake McClure, 3: Merced Falls Dam, 4: Below Hwy J-59, 5: Ratzlaff Reach 37.51733 -120.39467 37.39467 -119.91667 37.52033 -120.33367 37.46933 -120.51267 37.46867 -120.52167            
123  Mercury Accumulation in Juvenile Chinook Salmon Caged on the Cosumnes Floodplain and Cosumnes River: Reconciling Mercury Uptake and Growth Dilution                                  
124  Mercury and Dissolved Organic Matter in Delta Wetlands   38.03917 -121.86445                            
125  Mercury and Methylmercury Processes in North San Francisco Bay Tidal Wetland Ecosystems 1: Black John Slough, 2: Petaluma Marsh North, 3: Gambonini Ranch 38.13597 -122.5178 38.18956 -122.54726 38.20856 -122.58452                    
126  Mercury Contamination of Sport Fish in the Delta and its Watershed: Results from the First Year of CBDA Fish Mercury Project Sampling                                  
127  Mercury in Stormwater, and in the Plants and Fish of a Saltmarsh                                  
128  Mercury Speciation in Tidal Waters, Suspended Solids and Sediments from the San Francisco Bay. Research conducted by University of Notre Dame 
  38.09065 -122.50774                            
129  Mill Valley Marsh                                    
130  Miller Creek*                                  
131  Montezuma Wetlands Project*                                  
132  Montezuma Wetlands Project. Comprehensive Monitoring Program (including mercury in water, sediment, and tissues) at the Site and at Suisun Marsh Reference Sites 1: Montezuma Wetlands Restoration Site, 2: Hill Slough, 3: Rush Ranch, 4: Montezuma Slough 38.11373 -121.88007 38.22856 -122.02069 38.21714 -122.03085 38.11279 -121.89089                
133  Moseley Tract*                                  
134  Mountain View Tidal Marsh                                    
135  Muzzi Marsh                                    
136  Napa River Flood Control*                                  
137  Napa-Sonoma Marsh Restoration Project                                  
138  Napa-Sonoma Salt Ponds Project*                                  
139  Nevada Parcel*                                  
140  New Chicago Marsh                                    
141  Nordstrom/Shorebird Marsh                                    
142  North Basin Wetlands                                    
143  North Bothin Marsh*                                  
144  North Central Valley Wildlife Management Area                                  
145  North Delta Flood Control and Ecosystem Restoration Project                                  
146  North Grasslands Wildlife Area                                  
147  Northern Outer Bair Island                                    
148  Novato Creek Antenna Field                                    
149  Novato Sanitary District*                                  
150  Oakland Middle Harbor Enhancement Project*                                  
151  Oro Loma Mitigation Marsh*                                  
152  Oro Loma Restoration*                                  
153  Pacheco March Restoration                                  
154  Pacheco Pond*                                  
155  Pacific Commons*                                  
156  Pacific Shores Deep Water Slough*                                  
157  Palo Alto Harbor*                                  
158  Perry Gun Club*                                  
159  Petaluma Marsh Expansion*                                  
160  Petaluma River Marsh*                                  
161  Peyton Slough Remediation                                  
162  Photo-degradation of Methyl Mercury in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, California                                  
163  Pier 94*                                  
164  Pier 98*                                  
165  Pixley National Wildlife Refuge                                  
166  Plant-mercury Interactions: Role of Submerged and Emergent Macrophytes in Mercury (Hg) Cycling of San Francisco Bay and Delta Wetlands                                  
167  Plummer Creek Mitigation*                                  
168  Point Buckler                                    
169  Pond 3*                                  
170  Pond A18*                                  
171  Pond A4*                                  
172  Port Sonoma Marina Perimeter                                    
173  Rancho Esquon Restoration Project                                  
174  Ravenswood Triangle                                    
175  Reactive Mercury Studies Associated with the Cosumnes River Floodplain                                  
176  Redwood High School Marsh*                                  
177  Rhode Island Wildlife Area                                  
178  Richardson Bay Bridge Marshes                                    
179  Richmond Parkway*                                  
180  Ringstrom Bay Enhancement*                                  
181  River Park                                    
182  Roberts Landing Shoreline Marshlands Enhancement                                    
183  Rush Creek - Cemetery Marsh*                                  
184  Ryer Island                                    
185  Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge                                  
186  Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge                                  
187  Sacramento River Watershed Information Module                                  
188  San Carlos Airport North Clear Zone                                    
189  San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge East Span Seismic Safety Project                                    
190  San Joaquin River National Wildlife Refuge Riparian Habitat Protection and Floodplain Restoration Project   37.63747 -121.21743                            
191  San Joaquin River Refuge                                  
192  San Joaquin River Restoration Project                                  
193  San Luis National Wildlife Refuge                                  
194  San Mateo Shoreline Parks*                                  
195  Sanchez Creek Wetland*                                  
196  Schellville                                    
197  Schoolhouse Creek*                                  
198  Scottsdale Marsh*                                  
199  Sea Breeze Marina                                    
200  Seal Slough                                    
201  SFO North Bay Project Area                                    
202  Shasta West Watershed Management Plan 1: Middle Creek, 2: Rock Creek, 3: Olney, 4: Canyon 40.59578 -122.47051 40.61535 -122.47617 40.51947 -122.37176 40.47615 -121.7595                
203  Simmons Slough Wildlife Corridor                                    
204  Slaughterhouse Point*                                  
205  Sonoma Baylands*                                  
206  South Basin Wetlands                                    
207  South Bay Salt Pond Project - CDFG*   37.59222 -122.11838                            
208  South Bay Salt Pond Project - USFWS*                                  
209  South Napa River Tidal Slough and Floodplain Restoration Project                                  
210  Spawning Habitat & Floodplain Restoration in the Stanislaus River   37.80852 -120.68808                            
211  Staten Island Agricultural Program   38.16436 -121.51634                            
212  Stevens Creek Tidal Marsh*                                  
213  Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge                                  
214  Stony Creek Watershed Plan   39.69392 -121.99032                            
215  Strawberry Creek*                                  
216  Subsided Island Restoration Plan in 
the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
delta wide                                
217  Suisun Marsh Land Acquisition and Tidal Marsh Restoration                                  
218  Suisun Marsh Tidal Marsh Wetland Conceptual Model                                  
219  Sunnyvale Baylands Park*                                  
220  Sutter National Wildlife Refuge                                  
221  Tasman Corridor Muted-Tidal Wetland Mitigation Project*                                  
222  Tehama East Watershed Assessment 1: Inks, 2: Paynes, 3: Salt, 4: Antelope, 5: Dye, 6: Toomes, 7: Pine 40.34706 -122.1304 40.28096 -122.16434 40.16208 -122.17222 40.11492 -122.11049 40.08764 -122.09199 39.98453 -122.05858 40.3082 -122.38509    
223  The Effects of Wetland Restoration on the Production and Bioaccumulation of Methylmercury in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, California.                                  
224  The Feasibility of Freshwater Tidal Wetland Rehabilitation in the Delta: Calhoun Cut Ecological Preserve                                  
225  The Grassland Stewardship Plan                                  
226  Tidal Wetland Restoration at the Hamilton Army Airfield site on San Pablo Bay:  A Mass Balance approach to Mercury   38.05193 -122.4925                            
227  Tolay Creek*                                  
228  Transport, Cycling and Fate of Mercury and Monomethyl Mercury in the San Francisco Delta and Tributaries, An Integrated Mass Balance Assessment Approach 
delta wide                                
229  Treasure Island*                                  
230  Triangle Marsh*                                  
231  Triangle Marsh, Hayward Shoreline                                    
232  Triangle Marsh, Refuge Entry*                                  
233  Tubbs Island Levee Setback*                                  
234  U.S. Maritime Admiinistration M                                    
235  Understanding Tidal Marsh Restoration Processes & Patterns                               See files for BREACH I and II sites  
236  Upper Butte Basin Wildlife Area                                  
237  Upper Cache Creek Assessment And Management Planning Project   38.95115 -122.55343                            
238  Vallejo Mitigation Sites                                    
239  Viansa Winery*                                  
240  Volta Wildlife Area                                  
241  Warm Springs Pasture                                    
242  Water Quality Monitoring in Constructed Wetlands in the San Joaquin Valley                                  
243  West End Duck Club                                    
244  West Navy                                    
245  Western Stege Marsh Restoration                                    
246  Wetland Design and Management Options for Control of Mercury in SF Bay. 1: lower joice Island, 2: south bay salt ponds 38.15086 -122.062 37.59222 -122.11838                        
247  Whales Tail                                    
248  Wheeler Island                                    
249  Whipple Ave Mitigation                                    
250  White Slough Wildlife Area                                  
251  White Slough*                                  
252  Wild Goose Enhancement                                  
253  Willow Creek-Lurline Wildlife Management Area                                  
254  Winchester Gun Club                                  
255  Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area                                  
256  Zanker Road Landfill Mitigation                                    
257                                     
258      45 41                            
259      210 206                            
260                                     
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