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San Francisco Bay Joint Venture

Description / purpose

The San Francisco Bay Joint Venture (SFBJV) brings together over one hundred environmental organizations, governmental agencies, landowners, and the business community to achieve a common goal and vision: protect, restore and enhance wetlands throughout the nine Bay Area counties, for the benefit of wildlife and people. The San Francisco Bay Joint Venture (SFBJV) is one of twenty-two habitat-based Migratory Bird Joint Ventures (JV) that cover nearly all of the U.S. and Canada and much of Mexico. The SFBJV coordinates strategic habitat conservation throughout the nine San Francisco (SF) Bay Area counties in accordance with the SFBJV Implementation Plan. SFBJV partners work to protect, restore and enhance habitats through project implementation and by advancing related science, policy and communication priorities. The Joint Venture program provides opportunities to develop and deliver creative solutions to our current conservation challenges through the power of collaboration and partnership. The SFBJV is funded by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and grants from other partners and programs.

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Type Title Description Impact
Report San Francisco Bay Joint Venture Fact Sheet rview of the SBJV 10 views
Link Sandra Scoggin dra is responsible for the SFBJV's data tracking s 6 views
Link San Francisco Bay Joint Venture Website JV website with many resources and links. 14 views
Link San Francisco Bay Joint Venture Funding Information ts all funding sources and links to amounts 5 views
Link The North American Waterfowl Management Plan 2018 ce its inception in 1986, the Plan has embraced an 10 views

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