Habitat Restoration

Protecting our most vulnerable natural resources

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Habitat Restoration

Protecting Biodiversity and Enhancing Diablo’s Natural Resources

As suburban landscapes expand into natural environments, ecological restoration becomes increasingly important for the viability of natural resources in Contra Costa County. Development pressures threaten biodiversity and pose the highest risk to rare, endemic, and sensitive species. It is the responsibility of land managers to protect and enhance their most vulnerable natural resources.

We Need Your Help

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To explore stewardship and restoration volunteer opportunities go to our Volunteer page.

Jim Cartan
Stewardship and Outreach Manager
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Recent Updates

Diablo Restoration Team Workday Calendar

Tuesday, December 18th  9:00

Diablo Restoration Team Workday – Ang Enjoy a morning alongside large, aged oak trees and rolling hills as we cultivate our newest habitat restoration site at the Ang property. Here, …

Tuesday, August 21st  9:00

Enjoy a morning alongside large, aged oak trees and rolling hills as we cultivate our newest habitat restoration site at the Ang property. Here, we have planted oaks, buckeyes and …

Saturday, August 4th  9:00

Enjoy the beauty of Mt. Diablo’s foothills as we help native bunchgrasses, shrubs and woody plantings establish in the Marsh Creek riparian corridor. Bring a lunch and picnic in the …

Tuesday, July 17th  9:00

Enjoy the beauty of Mt. Diablo’s foothills as we help restore the top of a volcanic dome!  Workday tasks will include watering native plants and weeding/mulching planting areas.

Restoration Projects

Mangini Ranch Rangeland Restoration

Curry Canyon Stock Pond Restoration

Irish Canyon Riparian Restoration

Ang Riparian Restoration

Marsh Creek 4 Riparian Restoration

Big Bend (Marsh Creek 8) Riparian Restoration