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D1: Management of Revegetation Projects

This project supports District maintenance of at least 300 acres of existing revegetation projects throughout the 5 watersheds, and provides for maintenance of future revegetation sites. Funding for this project ensures that design objectives of all revegetation projects are maintained during the establishment period so that mitigation results in functional habitat that can support wildlife.


  • Maintains 300 acres of existing revegetation
  • Allows the District to monitor plant survival and habitat functions
  • Complies with environmental laws requiring habitat mitigation for flood protection and water supply projects
  • Provides for maintenance of future revegetation sites

Project Status

(As of April 2017)

  • The project is on target to achieve the five year goal of 300 acres maintained annually.

District staff has managed 192 acres of mitigation plantings in all five watersheds through Q3 FY17.

Key Performance Indicator

  1. Maintain a minimum of 300 acres of revegetation projects annually to meet regulatory requirements and conditions

Priority D-200

Project Information

Project Start FY 2014
Project Finish FY 2028
Safe Clean Water
Program funding

 $22.1 M**

(2015 Dollars)

**More financial information: 5-Year Implementation Plan, pages: 19-27
Status On Target
Location Countywide

For more information:


                                                                    Ross Creek in Los Gatos   

                             Before Bank Work                                                              Before Hydro Seeding

  Before Bank Work  Ross 2

                                                                                     During Work

  Work 4  Almaden Rd Working