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Coyote Creek Invasive Plant Removal and Revegetation Plan 

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The Coyote Creek Invasive Plant Removal and Revegetation Plan was an innovative proposal funded by GCRCD and the Santa Clara Valley Water District. The report was developed on behalf of Working Partnerships USA, a Silicon Valley-based nonprofit that tackles the root causes of inequality and poverty by leading collaborative campaigns for quality jobs, healthy communities, equitable growth and a vibrant democracy.

The purpose of the report was to provide the planning basis for a pilot project to restore the riparian vegetative corridor along a 2000’ stretch of Coyote Creek in north San Jose. The pilot project has now been funded and is scheduled to begin in 2021, with implementation by the San Jose Conservation Corps in collaboration with Ecological Concerns.  A copy of the report can be viewed here.