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San Francisco Estuary Invasive Spartina Project
 
Invasive Spartina animation
Hybrid Spartina rapidly colonized mudflats, such as these surrounding Alameda Island.

The Invasive Spartina Project is a coordinated regional effort among local, state and federal organizations dedicated to preserving California's extraordinary coastal biological resources through the elimination of introduced species of Spartina (cordgrass).

Introduced cordgrasses are highly aggressive invaders that significantly alter both the physical structure and biological composition of our tidal marshes, mudflats and creeks.

Featured Press

-The Verge, August 2018

 

-San Jose Mercury News, April 2016

 

-Marin Independent Journal, March 2016


-ESRI ArcNews, Winter 2014/2015

 

-Bay Nature, April-June 2014

 

-Alameda Magazine, January-February 2014, Volume 13, Number 1

 

 

 

 

 

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News

Treatment Calendar 2018
(PDF)

Captured in Photos: 9 Years of Change at 219 Marsh Points
(Link)

 

Recent Publications:

 

2015-2016 Monitoring and Treatment Report

(PDF)

2014-2015 Installation Report and

2015-2016 Revegetation Plan

(PDF)

 

2018 Ridgway's Rail Survey Report

(PDF)

 

2018 Ridgway's Rail Survey Result Maps by Region

Central Bay East

Central Bay North

Central Bay West

South Bay

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Preserving Native Wetlands

 

 

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