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San Francisco Estuary Invasive Spartina Project
 
Invasive Spartina animation
Spartina alterniflora is rapidly colonizing mudflats 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).

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

Spartina Videos
Oregon Public Broadcasting, short documentaries - China and Willapa Bay, OR

Featured Press
-Sea Kayaker, August 2011
-Cal-IPC News, Spring 2011
-SF Chronicle, Nov. 21, 2007
-East Bay Express, June 6, 2007
-Petaluma Argus-Courier, 12/06
-SF Chronicle Magazine, 2/06
-Alameda Sun, 7/06
-Daily Review (Hayward), 7/06
-SF Chronicle, 10/05
-San Jose Mercury News, 6/05
-more...

 
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News

 

2013 Treatment Schedule

(PDF)

 

China's Cordgrass Plan is 'Overkill'

(PDF)

 

 

Recent Publications:


 

2013 Water Quality Monitoring Report
February 2014
(PDF)

 

2013 Clapper Rail Survey Report

September 2013

(PDF)

2012-2013

 

Installation Report and 2013-2014 Revegetation Plan
October 2013
(PDF)
(App.1)

 

2013 Aquatic Pesticide Aplication Plan
July 2013
(PDF)

 

2011 Spartina Treatment Report

December 2012

(PDF)

 

 

 


 
     
 
   

 

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