One of Three Bay Area Habitat Plans
Together, these projects represent a trio of regional habitat planning for the San Francisco Bay and its surrounding watersheds.
Conservation Lands Network
Released in 2011, the Conservation Lands Network is the San Francisco Bay Area's dynamic vision for biodiversity conservation in the region's terrestrial uplands and watersheds.
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Baylands Ecosystem Habitat Goals Project
Completed in 1999 by a consortium of public agencies, the Baylands Ecosystem Habitat Goals Project envisions conservation of 100,000 acres of historic tidelands that ring the San Francisco Bay.
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SF Bay Subtidal Habitat Goals Report
Completed in 2011, the San Francisco Bay Subtidal Habitat Goals Report is a collaborative vision for the protection and restoration of submerged habitats in the San Francisco Bay.
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