Update: Comments due Feb. 9

Jan. 19, 7-9 pm
Arcata D St. Neighborhood Center

The California Coastal Conservancy invites the public to learn about plans to control invasive Spartina densiflora (Chilean cordgrass) and restore the Humboldt Bay region’s native salt marshes.  Participants will be updated on the Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge’s Spartina control project, hear about the plan for regional Spartina control, and have an opportunity to provide input to the Coastal Conservancy on an Environmental Impact Report for the project. 

Review the Conservancy’s draft Initial Study HERE.

For more info about the State Coastal Conservancy, click HERE.

For more info on Spartina control efforts in the Humboldt Bay area, click HERE.

Contact Joel Gerwein, Coastal Conservancy project manager, with questions or comments, at 510-286-4170 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..