Contra Costa County Watershed Atlas
(150-page, full-color book ) - includes maps, photographs, statistics and text. Designed as a tool for people with all levels of expertise in watershed management and planning, the Contra Costa Watershed Atlas is an important document for people concerned about watersheds in the county.
Wildlife in Your Backyard
(12-page booklet) - outlines common strategies used to prevent unwanted encounters with wildlife in urban neighborhoods.
The Fish & Wildlife Committee
advises the County Board of Supervisors on fish and wildlife issues that may affect the County and makes recommendations for the expenditure of funds from the Fish and Wildlife Propagation Fund.
The Contra Costa Watershed Forum
is an open committee of some fifty organizations, including state and local agencies, local non-profit environmental and education organizations, community volunteer groups, and private citizens that work together to make local water resources healthy, functional, attractive and safe community assets. The Watershed Forum coordinates a variety of programs including Volunteer Creek Monitoring
and Creek Signage
Links to various organizations
that can provide information or assistance related to watersheds and wildilfe in Contra Costa County.