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Call for Proposals – Artwork for The Watershed Project

The Watershed Project is looking for local illustration artists to create two artworks with us. The first is a storybook about the reconstruction of the fish passage on Wildcat Creek, and the second is informative signage on the North Richmond Shoreline Adaptation Project. If you are an artist or know an artist who may be […]

A Day in the Richmond Parks

    Love Your Bioswale for Baxter Creek - REGISTER  9:30 am - 12:00 pm @ Booker T. Anderson Community Center Parking lot Join us for an informative and fun event to learn about the Bioswale next to Baxter Creek in Booker T. Anderson Community Center parking lot!   Find out how a Bioswale functions […]

Community Flood Protection and the Rebirth of Rheem Creek – Community Meeting

ZOOM Meeting

                      The City of Richmond, American Rivers, The Watershed Project, Restoration Design Group, the Coastal Conservancy and Contra Costa College have partnered on a multiphase project to restore ecological function to the Rheem Creek watershed while reducing the risk of flooding to nearby residents. The […]

Shields-Reid Public Art Open House

Sheilds-Reid Community Center 1410 Kelsey St, Richmond, CA

Join the City of Richmond, Richmond Community Services Department, and the Richmond Arts & Culture Commission for the Shields-Reid Public Art Open House. View art proposals for new public art at Shields-Reid Park and Community Center, and learn more about the park renovation. Share your feedback on the design and maintenance of the Shields-Reid habitat […]

Be a Citizen Scientist! January King Tides Project

San Francisco Bay Area

In January 2023, the San Francisco Bay Area will experience a series of King Tides. These are extremely high tides that happen each year, and this year tides will be up to 7 feet above the minimum tide level! Climate change has warmed our waters, melting our glaciers and causing the sea level to rise. […]

Restoration & Creek Monitoring Workshop

Next to 4805 Santa Rita Road, just below the De Anza High School playing fields. 4805 Santa Rita Road, Richmond, CA

The Watershed Project is joining SPAWNERS’ regular restoration workday to monitor water quality at Wilkie Creek and better understand the health of the creek. Volunteers will help with invasive plant and trash removal, and learn about water quality at Wilkie Creek. Event Schedule 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM - Restoration Work Join SPAWNERS monthly volunteer […]