Welcome to the North Bay Watershed Association

The North Bay Watershed Association is a group of diverse regional and local public agencies throughout the North Bay region working to craft regional approaches to managing our common watershed.

Association members work cooperatively on water resources issues and go beyond traditional boundaries to promote good stewardship of the North Bay watersheds – watersheds that drain 850 square miles of eastern Marin County, Sonoma County, southern Napa county, and portions of Solano County.

Chart showing the history of the organizationIf you would like more information about the NBWA, see our brochure or contact us. For information on our Strategic Plan, please see below

 

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The North Bay Watershed Association releases a quarterly newsletter to spread the word about the latest news from the NBWA, feature exciting and innovative projects from our member agencies, highlight upcoming events, and provide information that may be useful to our constituents.

Visit our archive to read previous newsletters.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Sep 25

JTC Meeting September 25 2019

September 25 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
MCSTOPPP offices
San Rafael, California
Nov 27

JTC Meeting November 27 2019

November 27 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
MCSTOPPP offices
San Rafael, California

 

 

Proposed Dates/Locations

NBWA Board Meetings 2019

 

 

* NOTE: meeting date shifted back one week to accommodate holiday
Date Place

January 11th*

February 1st

March 1st

April 5th

May 3rd

June 7th

July 12th*

September 6th

October 4th

November 1st

December 6th

Marin Municipal Water District

Petaluma Community Center

Cancelled due to flooding

Marin Municipal Water District

Novato Sanitary District

Marin Municipal Water District

Petaluma Community Center

Napa Sanitation District

Private Restoration Site Kenwood

Petaluma Community Center 

Novato Sanitary District

The North Bay Watershed Association releases its new Strategic Plan.

During the Fall of 2018, the Board of the North Bay Watershed Association undertook a Strategic Planning process to better refine the focus of the organization and prepare to address the important issues and opportunities expected in the next five years. During the course of four sessions, the Board defined a vision, refined its Mission Statement, and set out a set of four strategic directions.

Strategic Plan Cover
Featured Video

Re-Oaking the Valleys: New Strategies for Enhancing Local Biodiversity and Resilience

Robin Grossinger and Erica Spotswood, San Francisco Estuary Institute

June 2, 2017