FAQ Topic: SLR Ongoing Projects

Tiscornia Marsh Restoration Project 

Marin Audubon Society & City of San Rafael Building on the preliminary design produced by Environmental Science Associates (ESA) with a grant from the Marin Community Foundation, this phase of the Tiscornia Marsh Restoration and Sea Level Rise Adaptation Project will advance the design for restoring marsh habitat and improving the levee, connecting with community, … Continued

San Rafael Bay Oyster Bed/Eelgrass Pilot Project 

California State Coastal Conservancy  Beginning in 2012, the California State Coastal Conservancy advanced San Francisco Bay restoration efforts with a project to analyze subtidal restoration techniques and restore critical eelgrass and oyster habitat, while learning more about the potential physical benefits of biological reefs along the shoreline. A pilot project was conducted in San Rafael … Continued

McInnis Marsh Restoration Project 

County of Marin The McInnis Marsh project proposes to restore subtidal and intertidal habitat at a 180-acre area of diked wetlands within McInnis Park. It is designed to protect park and sanitary district facilities, as well as important ecosystems and to improve habitats for threatened and endangered species. More info.

China Camp State Park Road Project 

San Francisco Bay National Estuary Research Reserve, County of Marin North San Pedro Road running along the shoreline of China Camp State Park in San Rafael is an important transportation corridor that routinely floods during king tides and winter storms. An ongoing community stakeholder process formulated adaptation goals and continues to evaluate adaptation options. Project … Continued

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