Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Conservancy Awards $11 Million in Proposition 1 Grants

We are proud to announce that the Delta Conservancy Board has approved seven grants, totaling $11 million, as part of the Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014 (Proposition 1) Grant Program.

Combined, these seven projects involve 51 entities partnering together to improve the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.  The $11 million awarded in this cycle will fund the following projects.

  • Blacklock Restoration: Phragmites Control Project ($387,440), Department of Water Resources – Test methods for controlling invasive species for future restoration at the Blacklock restoration site.
  • Delta Working Waterways Habitat Restoration Planning ($347,481), Solano Resource Conservation District – Plan for restoration and enhancement of waterways and edge habitats on working lands in Solano County.
  • Paradise Cut Conservation and Flood Management Project, Phase 2 ($265,254), San Joaquin County Resource Conservation District –  Outreach and planning to advance the Paradise Cut Flood Bypass in San Joaquin County.
  • Lower San Joaquin Riparian Corridor ($522,027), American Rivers –  Plan for restoration of floodplain and riparian habitat along the lower San Joaquin River.
  • Marsh Creek Channel Restoration ($519,493), American Rivers –  Plan for restoration of floodplain and riparian habitat along Marsh Creek.
  • Nutria Eradication Project, Phase 2 ($8,483,080), California Department of Fish and Wildlife – To prevent detrimental impacts to habitat and water quality by eradicating nutria, a destructive invasive species.
  • Oakley Creekside Park ($436,465), City of Oakley –  Plan for restoration of floodplain and riparian habitat along Marsh Creek.

These projects are part of the fourth cycle of Proposition 1 grants awarded by the Delta Conservancy. To date the program has funded $35.3 million for 26 grants, benefiting more than 8,065 acres of habitat in the Delta.


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