The Baylands Ecosystem Habitat Goals Project (Baylands Goals) developed the first set of comprehensive restoration goals for the San Francisco Bay, including habitat acreage goals. Find direct links to the first report and the 2016 science update below, or visit the Baylands Goals website for more information.
Bayland Ecosystem Habitat Goals Report – 1999
The Baylands and Climate Change: What We Can Do – 2016 (updated link coming soon)
The San Francisco Bay Subtidal Habitat Goals Project presents recommendations for protecting and restoring subtidal habitat within the San Francisco Bay. A direct link to the full report is below or visit the Subtidal Habitat Goals Project website for more information.
A vision and guide to protect 2 million acres of the Bay Area’s upland habitats and rare landscapes. Visit the website below to explore the online tool, or download the 2011 original report and the 2014 progress report.
The Implementation Strategy establishes specific acreage goals for wetlands of three distinct types – bay habitats, seasonal wetlands and creeks and lakes, and lays out programmatic and cooperative strategies for accomplishing them. The Joint Venture partners have agreed to acquire, and/or restore or enhance 200,000 acres of these three types of wetlands over the next two decades all around our estuary. Visit their website below to download the report and accompanying documents.