Estuary News – Suisun Marsh: A Bastion for Fish

 “One of the nice things about the managed wetlands [of Suisun Marsh] is that there’s an opportunity for a public-private partnership. We have landowners who are interested in conservation, and they have the wherewithal and the capacity to be able to help in this struggle to manage the marsh of the future.” – Dr. John Durand, Senior Researcher at CWS 

In a new blog on Maven's Notebook, Dr. John Durand, CWS Senior Researcher, describes the essential habitat Suisun Marsh provides for native fish species, as well as challenges, needs, and potential for partnerships at play for its management. Take a moment to learn about management of the largest contiguous brackish-water marsh on the USA West Coast at: