As land stewards within the watershed, the Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve and Elkhorn Slough Foundation have a responsibility to maintain these lands for improved water quality, sustainable wildlife habitat, and healthy interactions with farmers, neighbors and visitors. This goal helps ensure this environment will be here for generations to come. We apply an integrated approach to maintaining and restoring these properties that includes research, collaboration, outreach and a lot of hard work.
How we manage these lands will make all the difference to future generations - find out how we do it.
Find out what stewardship is and why its important. Restoring and maintaining a healthy watershed is hard work. We provide our methods, examples of our work in progress, and successes we've had.
Tidal Wetland Project
The Elkhorn Slough Tidal Wetland Project is a collaborative effort to develop and implement strategies to conserve and restore estuarine habitats in the Elkhorn Slough watershed. Beyond keeping you up to date about news and developments with their latest restoration project, this section of the website is a great resource of information about Elkhorn Slough's tidal habitats.