THE BAY INSTITUTE ANNUAL REPORT 2008-2009 BOARD OF DIR E C T O R S C H A I R R E P O RT Continued Success, we launched the San Francisco Bay Estuary Education Program Challenges and Growth (SF-BEEP), an intensive summer marine science and internship Dear Friends, program that uses the Bay as a living classroom. In 2008-2009, The Bay Institute continued our leadership role of protecting, restoring and inspiring We reached a pivotal point in conservation of San Francisco Bay and its watershed, our growth in June 2009, as from the Sierra to sea. Once again, we leveraged we welcomed our new affiliate, our bold, integrated approach—combining science, Aquarium of the Bay, into education, restoration and advocacy—to promote the The Bay Institute family. As you will read in John ecological recovery of this immense and majestic estuary. Frawley’s letter on the opposite page, the Aquarium’s new nonprofit status will allow it to become a self- Our Rivers and Delta Program saw a 20-year effort sustaining science, education and conservation center to restore the San Joaquin River come to fruition with for the Bay. It will function as a powerful new venue to historic water releases from Friant Dam, paving the communicate The Bay Institute’s important work, and a way for the Bay’s second largest tributary to once again new crossroads for collaboration for all of us engaged in reconnect with San Francisco Bay. On another front, we protecting the Bay and its watershed. won significantly improved protections for Endangered Species Act-listed delta smelt, salmon and steelhead, Our accomplishments and growth are made possible and secured new protections for longfin smelt under the by the generous support and commitment of you—our California Endangered Species Act. donors, members and supporters. You provide the funding, resources and encouragement necessary to The work of our Bay Restoration Program is more make possible what we achieve, and all that we hope to critical than ever, as it becomes evident that healthy achieve in the future. Thank you for believing in what wetlands are a powerful “green” approach for protecting we do, and supporting our efforts to ensure that future our shoreline from the ravages of climate change and generations will be able to enjoy a healthy and thriving rising sea levels. To that end, we’ve forged partnerships Bay/Delta. to build support for federal legislation to authorize tens of millions of dollars for restoration, annually; played a key role in setting the stage to return Skaggs Island to a tidal marshland; and led the effort to use recycled water to restore wetlands and provide alternative sources of water for agriculture. Carol K. Lind Chair, The Bay Institute Board of Directors Our Watershed Education Program achieved a new milestone as the Marin County Board of Supervisors lauded its Students and Teachers Restoring a Watershed (STRAW) project for restoration of 100,000 linear feet of creek bank. STRAW also was honored as the subject of A Simple Question, the Story of STRAW, an award-winning documentary that premiered in September 2009. To reach urban high school students, 1 PRESI DENT & CHIEF E X E C U T I V E O F F I C E R R E P O RT Moving Forward into an focused content, including a new exhibit on California’s Exciting Future wild salmon displayed at the Aquarium in November 2009. Dear Friends, Moving forward, we plan on designating next November Complementing The Bay Institute’s extensive science as Salmon Month and hosting and research programs, successful conservation of SalmonAid 2010, a celebration San Francisco Bay and its vast watershed requires an that will bring together the informed, inspired and engaged public. Thanks to our scientific, environmental, many supporters, donors and funders, The Bay Institute fishing and Native American was able to acquire Aquarium of the Bay in June 2009, communities. The Bay Institute’s new education and now has a highly visible platform for engaging the program, SF-BEEP, has partnered with the Aquarium’s public as a major marine nature center optimally located education department to offer at-risk San Francisco high on San Francisco’s waterfront. school students a marine science summer program that culminates with internships as Aquarium interpretive Shortly after the acquisition, I was pleased to accept naturalists. Additionally, we continue to build new the newly created position of president and chief relationships with other nonprofits, businesses and executive officer of The Bay Institute. Having served government organizations to strengthen our efforts to as the Aquarium’s senior executive for 14 years, I am protect the Bay. personally and professionally excited about the union of The Bay Institute and Aquarium of the Bay. It completes The Bay Institute and Aquarium of the Bay have a long-desired evolution of the Aquarium from a initiated a versatile, visible and sustainable partnership privately-owned attraction to a nonprofit educational that will create positive change for the Bay, its watershed and environmental resource for the Bay. and the millions of people who treasure these iconic landscapes and vital ecosystems. The future holds This new partnership is a powerful one, joining The Bay immense promise and, with your help, we will continue Institute’s science, restoration, education and advocacy to be a driving force for good stewardship of the largest strengths with the Aquarium’s inspirational exhibits and estuary on the west coast of the Americas. Thank you public accessibility. Creating experiences that inspire for your continued support! conservation of San Francisco Bay and its watershed has always been the Aquarium’s mission, which it achieves through captivating exhibits of local marine life. These exhibits draw over half a million visitors each year and use a cadre of interpretive naturalists to engage visitors and facilitate learning about the Bay’s ecosystem. And, the Aquarium’s education programs annually provide over 15,000 Bay Area students and teachers with John Frawley curriculum-based classes and tours. President and Chief Executive Officer Just months after completing the acquisition, we have already begun to leverage the strengths of each organization to support and enhance the other. We expanded the Aquarium’s exhibits to include watershed- 2 The Bay Institute The Bay Institute Board of Directors Executive Staff Carol K. Lind, Chair John Frawley, Harrison C. “Hap” Dunning, President & Chief Executive Officer First Vice Chair Christina Swanson, Ph.D., Michael Law, Second Vice Chair Executive Director & Chief Scientist Nick Wilcox, Treasurer Bobbi Evans, Chief Financial Officer Marcia Brockbank Angela Moskow, Deputy Director Nancy Carlson Michele Bernhardt, Robert J. Erickson Communications Director Rodney Fong Gary Bobker, Deirdre H. Henderson Rivers and Delta Program Director Karen E. Losee Marc Holmes, Steven Machtinger Bay Restoration Program Director Morgan Tarr Julia Price, Finance Director Nancy P. Werner Laurette Rogers, Arlene K. Wong Watershed Education Program Director The Bay Institute Aquarium Aquarium of the Bay Foundation Board of Directors Executive Staff Steven Machtinger, Chair Chris Low, Senior Director Harvey Glasser, Chief Financial Officer Carrie Chen, Carol K. Lind, Secretary Education & Conservation Director David Golden Chris Connors, Operations Director Morgan Tarr Susan Kavet, Development Director Christina Slager, Husbandry Director 3 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The foundational premise of The Bay Institute’s work is that San Francisco Bay and all of its watersheds, large and small, are a single integrated ecosystem. Protection, restoration and inspired stewardship of this vital environmental resource must cross geographic and disciplinary boundaries, address all of the diverse challenges facing the estuary and watershed, and engage all elements of society—government, scientists, conservationists, educators, students and communities—to work together. BAY RESTORATION San Francisco Bay has lost more than 85% of its original tidal marshes, essential ecosystems that nourish the estuary and protect the Bay’s shoreline from flooding and erosion. The Bay Institute’s Bay Restoration Program builds public support and assembles partnerships of government agencies, funders, nonprofits and local communities for restoration of these lost Baylands. Restoring 100,000 Acres of Throughout 2008 and 2009, we hosted meetings and tours for local, state and federal government officials Bay Wetlands to build support for federal legislation to designate San Our goal—restoration of 100,000 acres of tidal Francisco Bay as an estuary of national importance marshlands around the Bay—is and authorize tens of millions of ambitious and achievable. These dollars for restoration annually. habitats are not only critical We worked with scientists and to the Bay’s health, they will engineers to design, implement and also be an powerful “green” evaluate restoration projects and, approach for adapting to sea level through education and outreach, rise and protecting the region’s we continued to raise public near-shore homes, businesses, understanding of the vital benefits and transportation corridors. these wetlands provide to the estuary, local communities and the Bay Area. 5 BAY R E S T O R AT I O N Returning Skaggs Island to Throughout 2008 and 2009, The Bay Institute was at the forefront of this issue, hosting tours and leading Tidal Marshland discussions to educate state legislators and staff about the importance of regional water use and of North Skaggs Islands, located in northern San Francisco Bay, Bay restoration opportunities. We also served as the was used by the U.S. Navy as a secret communications community liaison for the water reuse oversight group base from the 1940s until it was vacated in 1994. After and worked closely with the five North Bay sanitation the Navy’s departure and clean-up, the expected transfer agencies. As a result of this work, when President of the property to the U.S. Obama signed into law Fish and Wildlife Service the Omnibus Public Lands for restoration as tidal Management Act in March wetlands was delayed 2009, it included support for eight years by the for development of Senator federal administration. Feinstein’s North Bay During that time, The Water Reuse Program, Bay Institute traveled to a concept originally Washington, D.C. along conceived by The Bay with colleagues in attempts Institute and the Sonoma to resolve the impasse. County Water Agency. Diplomatic assistance from The Act authorizes a 25% Congresswoman Lynn federal cost share to plan, Woolsey played a critical design and build recycled role in the negotiations. As a result of these efforts, in water projects in the North Bay, facilities that will September 2008, legislation was approved by Congress provide new sources of clean water for agriculture and that required the Navy to negotiate transfer of 3,300 wetland restoration. acres of this former tidal marshland to the Fish and Wildlife Service for creation of a preserve. Since the legislation was approved, we have continued to Protecting Coastal Ecosystems monitor negotiations between the Navy and the from Invasive Species Fish and Wildlife Service and to work closely with Congresswoman Woolsey to ensure the project Introduction of new, exotic species to the Bay, which continues to move forward. is already considered to be one of the most invaded estuaries on the world, is a serious threat to the ecosystem, fisheries and even local water systems. Developing Through our involvement a North Bay with the California State Lands Commission Marine Water Recycling Invasive Species Program Program Advisory Panel, The Bay Water recycling and reuse Institute worked to evaluate can provide important the progress of the Coastal new sources of water for Ecosystems Protection Act, agriculture and habitat legislation passed in 2006 restoration, reducing that requires treatment of needs for water diversion ballast water discharges from rivers and streams. from oceangoing vessels. 6 RIVERS AND DELTA What happens upstream of the Bay is as critical to the health of the estuary as what happens along its shoreline. This is the cornerstone for The Bay Institute’s Rivers and Delta Program, which works to bring good science to public policies relating to landscape-level ecosystem restoration, fresh water management, endangered species protection and water pollution. Saving Endangered Species protections for native Delta and Central Valley fish species at risk from water projects, land conversion, In San Francisco Bay and its toxic discharges, exotic watershed, endangered species organisms and other threats. like delta smelt and Chinook In 2008 and 2009, using salmon are both indicators of technical analyses, petitions and the environmental problems court testimony, our scientists The Bay Institute works to designed and won significantly support a legal and societal improved protections for motivation for ecosystem Endangered Species Act- restoration and environmental listed delta smelt, salmon and management reform. The Bay steelhead and secured new Institute has been a leader in protections for longfin smelt efforts to win and implement under the California Endangered 7 RIVE R S A N D D E LTA Species Act. Both the underlying work and its result— the Bay Institute organized a diverse environmental the requirement to protect these fishery resources— coalition to help shape findings to implement the supported The Bay Institute’s efforts to develop a long- “Delta Vision,” the task force report that was issued in term plan for the Delta and spur restoration of flows in October of 2008. In addition, The Bay Institute helped the Bay’s tributary rivers. secure passage of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Reform Act of 2009, the most important water policy legislation in nearly 20 Restoring the years. Among its many San Joaquin provisions, the Act River established a new Delta Stewardship Council In March 2009, three charged with issuing years after the historic a master plan for land settlement of our 20-year and water management; legal battle to restore flow set aggressive urban to the Bay’s second largest conservation targets tributary, President and directed the state Obama signed federal to develop matching legislation authorizing agricultural water restoration of the San conservation targets; Joaquin River. Later and adopted a new that year, the first interim flows were released from state policy of reducing water supply reliance on the Friant Dam to provide important field data, recharge Delta and promoting regional self-sufficiency through the depleted groundwater aquifer and prime the channel conservation, recycling, and reuse. for larger flow releases scheduled for the following year. This event marked a major milestone for The Bay Institute’s San Joaquin River restoration initiative. Improving Flows for Salmon on the Yuba River “Delta Vision” for Delta Reform In March of 2008, a complex and innovative agreement developed by The Bay Institute’s policy experts and Momentum increased throughout 2008 and 2009 to water agencies to increase flows and improve habitat develop a long-term conditions in the Yuba plan for the Delta, River was approved by the upstream region the State Water Resources of the San Francisco Control Board. The Bay estuary formed by Yuba River watershed is the confluence of the home to one of the most Sacramento and San important remaining Joaquin Rivers. Armed Chinook salmon runs in with co-equal goals for the Central Valley and the Delta identified by the Yuba River Accord the Governor’s Blue may serve as a model Ribbon Task Force—a for future agreements on healthy ecosystem and other Bay tributary rivers. reliable water supply— 8 WATERSHED EDUCATION Experiential learning inspires lifelong action to conserve the Bay and its vital watershed. The flagship project of The Bay Institute’s Watershed Education Program, Students and Teachers Restoring a Watershed (STRAW), has become a model for successful, place-based learning and effective community-based creek and wetland restoration. Restoring Creeks and than 4,600 trees, shrubs, sedges, and rushes along nearly two and half miles of creek bank. These efforts Reconnecting Communities were supported and enhanced by our work with the The Bay Institute’s STRAW San Pablo Bay National project brings together Wildlife Refuge Native Plant students, teachers, parents, Nursery, where we propagated volunteers and a diverse array native plants for use in of community partners to future restoration sites, and combine watershed education through our partnerships with habitat restoration. In with ranchers, park officials, 2008 and 2009, more than Prunuske Chatham Inc., 3,500 students and hundreds Marin County Stormwater of teachers, parents and Pollution Prevention Program, volunteers planted more Marin Conservation Corps, 9 WATERS H E D E D U C AT I O N City of Santa Rosa, Sonoma County Water Agency, to the award-winning program that now sustains a Golden Gate National network of teachers, Recreation Area, Marin students and restoration Open Space, and Marin specialists that plan, Resource Conservation implement watershed District. STRAW has studies and restoration been honored with projects throughout numerous awards since Marin, Sonoma, Napa its inception in 1992. In and Solano counties. 2008, the project was Produced and directed the recipient the Marin by Kevin White and American Indian Alliance David Donnenfield of “The Annual Focus On Filmmakers Collaborative Turtle Island Award” SF, the film was accepted and in 2009 STRAW was into the Wild and Scenic recognized by the Marin Environmental Film Board of Supervisors for reaching a milestone restoration Festival, and has been entered in numerous national and of a total of 100,000 linear feet—nearly 20 miles—of international film festivals for 2010. creek banks. Marine Science Pilot Program Inspiring Teachers In 2009, The Bay Institute launched San Francisco Bay To build and support STRAW’s network of teachers, The Estuary Education Project (SF-BEEP), a summer marine Bay Institute offers an annual interactive professional science program for at-risk San Francisco high school development workshop, Watershed Week. In 2008 students. During the two-week pilot program, aimed at and again in 2009, we engaged 70 to 100 teachers in helping these young adults explore science-based career science presentations and hands-on learning at a variety opportunities, students conducted scientific research at of sites around the Bay and Delta. The workshops Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association Visitor Center encourage collaboration among our growing community to monitor water quality from the Bay and identify and of teachers, explore new methods of scientific inquiry analyze plankton specimens. This first year of SF-BEEP and provide a forum for sharing ideas about integrating also marked the first education program collaboration environmental fieldwork between The Bay Institute with classroom curricula. and our new partner, Aquarium of the Bay. SF- A Reel BEEP was made possible Success by generous support from AT&T Foundation, October 2009 saw and our ongoing the premier of “A partnerships with Gulf Simple Question: The of the Farallones Marine Story of STRAW,” a Sanctuary, National 35-minute documentary Oceanic and Atmospheric film chronicling the Administration, and the history of STRAW San Francisco Unified from its beginning as School District. a classroom project 10 AQUARIUM OF THE BAY In June 2009, The Bay Institute’s four-year campaign to acquire Aquarium of the Bay came to fruition. The Aquarium, now owned and operated through our affiliate, The Bay Institute Aquarium Foundation, is a world-class marine nature center whose exhibits are a window to the Bay’s diverse and imperiled ecosystems. Each year, the Aquarium and its team of interpretive naturalists and educators hosts more than 500,000 visitors, and provides free education programs to thousands of Bay Area school children. A Powerful New Partnership conservation mission for the west coast’s largest estuary, increasing its ability to serve as an educational resource The Bay Institute’s acquisition for local communities. The Bay of Aquarium of the Bay created Institute’s scientific expertise, broad- a powerful new partnership that based habitat restoration programs, provides each organization with and environmental advocacy will important and diverse opportunities now have an additional platform to broaden the impact and profile with new exhibits, education and of our programs and collaborations public outreach programs at the with other environmental and Aquarium. educational organizations. The Aquarium is now adopting a The successful acquisition of the more comprehensive and activist Aquarium was made possible by 11 AQUAR I U M O F T H E B AY the generous support from our philanthropic partners, visitor education, community outreach and animal care. donors and supporters. Major funding came from the Within three months, we had 23 active volunteers who David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the Richard provided nearly 2000 hours of service. To invite and and Rhoda Goldman Fund, the Marin Community reintroduce Bay Area residents to the Aquarium, a series Foundation and the Dean Witter Foundation. Notable of “free days” will be offered to the residents of the nine individual donors included Ruth and Bay Area counties during the first Ben Hammett, The Bay Institute’s three months of 2010. entire Board of Directors and many staff members. In addition, the campaign received support from Focus on colleague organizations, local and Conservation national political leaders, as well as pro bono services from Morrison In October 2009, the Aquarium & Foerster, Deloitte and Ogilvy presented “SHARKtober,” a Public Relations. The balance of month-long event celebrating the funding was raised through the the Bay’s diverse shark species, issuance of tax-exempt revenue helping to dispel myths about bonds backed by First National these misunderstood animals Bank of Central California, a unit and highlighting the Aquarium’s of Pacific Capital Bank. sevengill shark and Pacific angel shark conservation programs. In November, the Aquarium mounted Exploring the Imperiled Estuary its first exhibit linked directly to The Bay Institute’s work. Posters and interpretation on the issues facing Partnering with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric wild salmon was complemented by a map, created Administration, the Aquarium unveiled a new interactive in partnership with SalmonAID and the Nature exhibit focusing on marshes and mudflats of San Conservancy, showing where people can go to see Francisco Bay in June 2009. salmon in the wild. The exhibit interprets two local National Estuarine Research Reserve System sites, China Camp Educating the Next State Park in Marin County and Generation Rush Ranch in Solano County. With maps, animal artifacts and During the second half of 2009, other tactile features, the exhibit Aquarium of the Bay provided free highlights the importance of education programs to thousands wetlands and their contribution of students and teachers from the to the overall health of San nine Bay Area counties. Specialized Francisco Bay. hands-on, inquiry-based classroom programs and guided tours led by the Aquarium’s teachers and Creating Community interpretive naturalists, focused on Connections a wide range of San Francisco Bay and watershed topics. We also took our educational outreach “on the road” In August 2009, the Aquarium launched its first with a two-week summer marine science camp program volunteer program, providing new opportunities for at the Randall Museum. individuals to take an active role in the Aquarium’s 12 S TATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITIO N THE BAY INSTITUTE OF SAN FRANCISCO STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2009 AND 2008 ASSETS 2008 2009 Cash 1,159,996 1,059,856 Accounts receivable 1,006,109 963,281 Prepaid expense and other current assets 6,868 7,651 Property and equipment, net 8,290 363 Total Assets 2,181,263 2,031,151 LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS 2008 2009 LIABILITIES Accounts payable and accrued expenses 302,895 208,014 Line of credit 150,000 200,000 Note payable 102,046 106,009 Total Assets 554,941 514,023 NET ASSETS Unrestricted 61,050 67,325 Temporarily restricted 1,565,272 1,449,803 Total Net Assets 1,626,322 1,517,128 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS 2,181,263 2,031,151 THE BAY INSTITUTE AQUARIUM FOUNDATION STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION FOR DECEMBER 31, 2009 ASSETS 2009 Cash 2,487,338 Accounts receivable 58,966 Prepaid expense and other current assets 299,115 Property, equipment, other non-current assets 9,453,854 Total Assets 12,299,273 LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS 2009 LIABILITIES Accounts payable and accrued expenses 556,297 Note payable 10,500,000 Deferred income 47,605 Total Assets 11,056,297 NET ASSETS Unrestricted 1,195,371 Temporarily restricted Total Net Assets 1,195,371 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS 12,251,668 13 THE BAY INSTITUTE & BAY INSTITUTE AQUARIUM FOUNDATION COMBINED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION FOR DECEMBER 31, 2009 ASSETS 2009 Cash 3,547,194 Accounts receivable 1,022,247 Prepaid expense and other current assets 306,766 Property and equipment, net 9,454,217 Total Assets 14,330,424 LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS 2009 LIABILITIES Accounts payable and accrued expenses 764,311 Line of credit 200,000 Note payable 10,606,009 Deferred income Total Assets 11,570,320 NET ASSETS Unrestricted 1,262,696 Temporarily restricted 1,449,803 Total Net Assets 2,712,499 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS 14,282,819 REVENUE 2009 EXPENSES 2009 1% 3% In-kind 10% Events, net Donations 1% Development of expenses 69,978 Fee Recovery 155,618 196,816 64,368 4% 1% 3% Interest General Administration Gift Shop and other Revenue and Development 18,100 540,857 273,640 27% Grants and Contracts 1,757,198 60% 87% Ticket Sales 3% Program 3,855,659 Donations 4,659,428 206,321 14 200 8 S P O N S O R S FOUNDATIONS AND California State Brayton Purcell LLP CORPORATE GIVING Coastal Conservancy Nancy and Andrew Carlson Anonymous California Striped Bass Association Robert J. Erickson AT&T Foundation California Wildlife Fullerton Family Foundation The Bay Institute Conservation Board Natural Resources Defense Council Aquarium Foundation Contra Costa Water District The Schmitz-Fromherz Family Fund BioMarin Earthjustice (Salmon OCAP) of the Schwab Charitable Fund Buck Institute for Education County of Marin Morgan Rissel Tarr California Wildlife Foundation Marin County Fish and Nick and Amanda Wilcox The Keith Campbell Foundation Wildlife Commission for the Environment Center for Marin County Stormwater $1,000 - $4,999 Ecoliteracy Community Pollution Prevention Program Mrs. Brent M. Abel Foundation, Sonoma County Marin Resource The Winifred and Environment Now Conservation District Harry B. Allen Foundation Firedoll Foundation Natural Resources Defense Council Altshuler Berzon LLP Foster’s Wine Estates America North Bay Watershed Association Anonymous (2) Foundation for Ecology & Culture North Bay Watershed Association, Aquarium of the Bay The Fred Gellert through a subcontract with Mary Bachman and Family Foundation San Francisco Estuary Institute William Downing Marin Community Foundation North Marin Water District Hugh Barroll and Gail Hillebrand REI Foundation Point Reyes National Seashore, Marcia and Norm Brockbank Resources Legacy Fund: Western National Park Service California Striped Bass Association Conservation Program Salmon Creek School Camp Dresser and McKee, Inc. Rose Foundation for Communities Sewerage Agency of Southern Marin Hal Candee and Eliza Brown and the Environment Sierra Club CA/NV/HI CH2M Hill San Francisco Foundation Sonoma County Water Agency Patrick T. 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On behalf of Doug Blanc and Foods @ Home Jillian Sandell Foster’s Wine Estates Americas Teddy and Ken Gray Shalene Rose, Hayes Street Grill Restaurant On behalf of Juan Ibarra Derry Henderson Hog Heaven Sport Fishing Shalene Rose, Hog Island Oyster Company On behalf of Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Bridge Winery Buford Johnson Le Colonial Restaurant Leland Fly Fishing Outfitters Kelly Smith, Steven N. and Susan Machtinger On behalf of Andrew Sih Main Street Trees and Caitlin McGraw Marin Independent Journal Marin Orthodontics MEMORIAL GIFTS Matanzas Creek Winery Christie Fraser, MediaMax Network In memory of Grace de Laet Method Morrison & Foerster LLP 18 200 9 S P O N S O R S FOUNDATIONS AND California State $1,000 - $4,999 CORPORATE GIVING Coastal Conservancy Mrs. Brent M. Abel Anonymous Earthjustice The Winifred and The Bay Institute EXLOCO Harry B. Allen Foundation Aquarium Foundation Friends of the River Altshuler Berzon LLP Bohannon Foundation Goldridge Resource Autodesk California Wildlife Foundation Conservation District Mary Bachman & Keith Campbell Foundation County of Marin William Downing Fund, for the Environment Marin County Fish and San Francisco Foundation Community Foundation Wildlife Commission Carolyn Beckedorff and Sonoma County Marin County Stormwater S. Anthony DiGangi Environment Now Pollution Prevention Program The Alan L. Blum Family Fund Faultless Starch Company Marin Resource of the Schwab Charitable Fund Firedoll Foundation Conservation District Marcia and Norm Brockbank Foundation for Napa County Wildlife California Rice Commission Ecology and Culture Conservation Commmission Richard Denton and Gamble Foundation North Bay Watershed Association Kristine Houglet The Fred Gellert Family Foundation North Marin Water District Donner Charitable Gift Fund The Bill Graham Supporting Sewerage Agency of of the Fidelity Charitable Foundation of the Jewish Southern Marin Gift Fund Community Federation of Sonoma County Water Agency East Bay Regional Park District San Francisco, the Penninsula, South Yuba River Citizens League ENTRIX, Inc. Marin, and Sonoma Counties State Water Resources Christopher Fox The Leavens Foundation Control Board John and Anita Frawley Macy’s Turn a New Leaf Campaign US Army Corps of Engineers Alison C. and Brock Fuller Macy’s West US Fish and Wildlife Service Teddy and Ken Gray Marin Community Foundation Wildlife Conservation Board Muriel and Hugh Harris David and YMCA Point Bonita Carol K. Lind and James English Lucile Packard Foundation Barbara McEntee Panta Rhea Foundation $10,000 - UP Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Resources Legacy Fund: Anonymous MWH Americas, Inc. Western Conservation Program Julia Chitwood Susan E. Parodi Rose Foundation for Communities Robert J. 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Jeffrey Mogalian Paul Kennedy Robert Clear and Barbara Judd Angela Moskow Cynthia Koehler and Richard Colton Dr. and Mrs. James Paddor Gordon Renneisen Douglas and Rosemary Corbin Sam and Mandy Parke Suzanne Lempke Bruce D’Ambra, D’Ambra Qualcomm Matching Elliot M. Levin Equipment & Supply Co., Inc. Grant Program Karen E. Losee Nick Davoren and Evelyn Wood Jane Rogers and Michael Fischer Stephen and Alison Mattoon Donna DeDiemar and Fund, San Francisco Foundation Sylvia McLaughlin Chris Hamilton City of San Rafael, George and Nancy Montgomery Bobbie Doherty Department of Public Works Dr. J. Fraser & Helen Muirhead Mary Pat and John Featherstone Santa Clara Valley Water District Pat O’Brien Ruth A. Felt Michael Sapoznikow Randall Oliver William Finnegan Deanna Sereno and Tim Banyai Becky and Robert Pringle Michael A. 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Slater Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund Sheryl Barbic and Henry Spangler Ben and Ruth Hammett Alirio de Carvalho Christina Swanson, Ph.D. The David and Andrew Beebe May Lynn Tan and Lucile Packard Foundation William F. Berreyesa and Chuck Morganson Diane Merchant Carolyn and Robert Williams $10,000 - $99,999 Roberta and Whit Bradshaw Nick and Amanda Wilcox AT&T Foundation Marcia and Norm Brockbank Sallyanne and John Wilson Rita and Marvin Cardoza, Mary Burg Cardozas Silver Penny Ranch Margaret and Tim Buss $10 - $99 Steven and Susan Machtinger Joe and Mary Cech Emily Allen Marin Community Foundation Janet Cohen Anonmyous The David and Michael Conte Richard Avelino, Lucile Packard Foundation Grace de Laet on behalf of the Avelino children Dean Witter Foundation Bobbie Doherty Janet Byron and Greg Winegar Peter Downs Ann Dickinson $5,000 - $9,999 Ronald Duke Dale Hopkins Alison C. and Brock Fuller Sylvia Earl, Ph.D. Virginia Flores Hunter and Harvey and Gail Glasser Seymour Ellison Robert Hunter Schmitz Fromherz Family Fund Phyllis M. 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