biodiversity

Village Creek Restoration Project - 2014 Final Supplemental Monitoring Report

May & Associates, Inc.
2014

This report documents supplemental performance monitoring for the Village Creek restoration project.

Upper Watershed Fire Trail Sign - Welcome Map

Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2016

Interpretive sign for the Fire Trail in the upper watershed of Strawberry Creek.

Upper Watershed Fire Trail Sign - Biodiversity

Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2016

Interpretive sign for the Fire Trail in the upper watershed of Strawberry Creek.

Strawberry Creek Fish

2015

Three fish species were reintroduced into Strawberry Creek in 1988. They still live in the creek today.

Redwoods Planted Where They Shouldn't Be

Megan Bradley
2017

This article, written by a student leader in the Strawberry Creek restoration program, discusses how redwood trees are not native to the East Bay area.

Richmond Field Station Biological Assessment Report

2003

This report outlines proposed remediation areas within the Western Stege Marsh, in the context of cleaning up legacy contamination.

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Native Plant Identification and Propagation Guide

Gino Gresh
Megan Bradley
2017

This guide, written by Strawberry Creek Restoration Program student interns Megan Bradley and Gino Gresh, identifies and provides information on how to propogate local native plants that were planted in a habitat restoration project on the creek by the Women's Faculty Club.

Red shouldered hawk

A fairly common mid sized hawk of North America, at least one nesting pair have made their home on the Berkeley campus.  This specimen is likely one of several that fledged in the spring of 2019 and is staying close to nest for the time being.

Creek Happenings

Stay up to date on creek observations, conditions, events and other items of interest regarding our creeks!