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Project: Breuner Marsh Restoration

Description: The project will restore wetlands and subtidal habitats of San Francisco Bay by removing imported fill, hazardous material and non-native vegetation and replacing with restored native habitats. Approximately 60 acres of previously filled tidal and seasonal wetlands will be restored, created or enhanced. Tidal channels will also be dredged to improve tidal circulation. The remaining 90 acres of ruderal uplands will be converted into coastal prairie and transitional scrub habitats. A 1.5 mile segment of the San Francisco Bay Trail will be constructed through the property, closing a key gap that links Point Pinole with underserved communities in Richmond. A 0.5 spur trail, interpretive exhibits, picnic facility, overlook, restroom and parking area will also be provided. Breuner Marsh is located on the northern shoreline of the City of Richmond.

Reference Number: 37601202701

Implemented By: East Bay Regional Parks District

Objective: wetlands restoration

Type: Restoration, Recreation/Access/Interpretation

Total Cost: $1,250,000.00

Project Status: Complete and Fully Paid

On Time?: Yes    Within Scope?: Yes    Within Budget?: Yes

Estimated Completion: 1/1/2018    Actual Completion: 1/30/2018

Associated Counties: Contra Costa

Located In Disadvantaged Community: Yes

Contribution SourcesContribution DateContribution Amount
  $1,250,000.00
Prop. 84, Coastal Conservancy Programs8/12/2013$879,378.02
Prop. 12, SCC: San Francisco Bay Area Conservancy - Unspecified (from (w))12/12/2016$370,621.98


Project MetricMetric TopicQuantityUnit
RestorationEcosystem: Shallow Water/ Marsh/ Wetland Habitat60acres restored/assessed/managed
RestorationEcosystem: Upland Habitat90acres restored/assessed/managed
Recreation/Access/InterpretationTrail construction/Improvement1.5miles of trail constructed/improved

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