How will public access be affected during and after restoration?

A major goal of the project is to create public access for recreation and education at the reserve. The site is currently fenced off and does not allow public access, except through organized tours and special programs run by nonprofit organizations or educational institutions.

How do I get involved in the project?

The CEQA/NEPA process provides multiple opportunities for the public to provide input on the alternative designs, for evaluation in the environmental review process. CLICK HERE for information about the EIR/EIS document, public meetings, open houses and other public events related to the project.


To volunteer with the scientific monitoring program, contact Rodney Abbott, Intern Coordinator with the The Bay Foundation at