Jul 19, 2016

SFEI recently completed a landscape change analysis of lower San Francisquito Creek in the South Bay. The study was conducted as part of the larger Flood Control 2.0 project to increase regional flood protection will improving ecological diversity.  This particular project   illustrated the change in creek and bayland habitat conditions over the past 150 years. The historical landscape was reconstructed using a variety of maps, photographs, and documents compiled from many local archival sources. The results from the study can be used to help develop long-term, multi-benefit restoration actions for lower San Francisquito Creek and the adjacent lands.

Programs and Focus Areas: 
Resilient Landscapes Program