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Rain Garden Helps San Jose's Guadalupe River

Rain garden
This rain garden along Chynoweth Avenue in San Jose will not only slow traffic, but capture and filter stormwater runoff, fine sediment, and pollutants that used to flow into nearby Guadalupe River and then San Francisco Bay. Photo courtesy City of San Jose.

As the rain arrives around the Bay Area, a project managed by the San Francisco Estuary Partnership will help keep sediment and pollutants from flowing into a San Jose creek. Read More

Environment

San Francisquito Creek Protection Project Celebrated

James Muller and Natasha Dunn with the San Francisco Estuary Partnership check out work on San Francisquito Creek
Mark Prado
Natasha Dunn and James Muller with the San Francisco Estuary Partnership check out work on San Francisquito Creek Friday morning.

Recently completed work on San Francisquito Creek in East Palo Alto that will gird against sea level rise, help endangered species and prevent flooding was celebrated Friday morning by the San Francisquito Creek JPA. Read More