BOLINAS LAGOON LIVING SHORELINE CA
CONTINUING AUTHORITY, SECTION 206
PROJECT LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION
The Bolinas Lagoon CAP 206 would reconnect the degraded wetland-upland transition zone along the south end of the lagoon to restore natural ecological processes and enhance shoreline resilience against current and future impacts. Wetlands are among the most diverse and productive ecosystems. They provide essential services and supply all our fresh water. Bolinas Lagoon, a Ramsar Wetland of International Importance, provides habitat and ecosystem services for a wide range of species including 23 rare, threatened, and endangered animal and plant species and over 50,000 migratory birds. The project has significant sponsor and stakeholder support. The Greater Farallones Association (GFA) has developed this project in partnership with the Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary and Marin County Parks. GFA intends to formalize a partnership with Marin County Parks in the near-term to allow GFA to execute the project on County lands. The project is likely to have a positive FID and likely to execute an FCSA.
TOTAL COST $ 1,500,000
FEDERAL COST $ 800,000
NON-FEDERAL COST $ 700,000
TOTAL FEDERAL COST THROUGH FY 2022 $ 100,000
FY 2023 BUDGET $ 225,000
COST TO COMPLETE $ 475,000
FY 22 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
- Working to complete FID and execute an FCSA in the coming year along with a PMP
ISSUES AND OTHER INFORMATION
- Project received $125,000 in FY22 Supplemental IIJA and an additional $300,000 in FY22 IIJA Addendum.
- 2nd District, Rep. Jared Huffman
POINT OF CONTACT
- Deputy for Project Management, Edwin S. Townsley, (415) 503-6593.
Updated on 13 February 2023
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