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Pacheco Marsh Restoration Plan

Organization: Muir Heritage Land Trust
2002 Grant Recipient - Contra Costa County

Purpose

The Muir Heritage Land Trust, Contra Costa County Flood Control District and the East Bay Regional Park District acquired the 124 acre Pacheco Marsh to restore the property to its historic tidal wetland flow. It hosts rich marine habitat. The goal was to maximize wetland and wildlife habitat for a variety of plant and animal species, including the 12 special status species that would benefit from this restoration.

NRPI Database Entry

http://endeavor.des.ucdavis.edu/nrpi/NRPIDescription.asp?ProjectPK=7664
Tina Batt and Beth Pardieck were the original Directors of this project.

Documents

Primary Contact for the Project

Linus Eukel
Executive Director
Muir Heritage Land Trust
Phone: 925-228-5468
E-Mail: Linus@MuirHeritageLandTrust.org

Secondary Contact for the Project

Glen Lewis
Open Space Ranger
Muir Heritage Land Trust
Phone: 925-228-7612
E-Mail: Glen@MuirHeritageLandTrust.org

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Project Photos

Pacheco Marsh

Pacheco Marsh. These photos show an overview of Pacheco Marsh and the surrounding areas. The Carquinez Strait borders the property to the north, and the Walnut Creek Channel lies to the east.

Pacheco Marsh

Pacheco Marsh

Pacheco Marsh

Pacheco Marsh

Pacheco Marsh

Pacheco Marsh

Last modified: 6/26/2012 10:38 AM by S. Haren

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