We have a vision-
Let's Keep Moving Forward, Together
GRI HEART Volunteer Andy Mackey sings to the California Coastal Commission
Environmental restoration is good for the wellbeing of our community and our local economy.
We are working to:
1) Maintain and improve quality of life for residents, businesses, and visitors.
2) Nurture community resilience so we are responsive to a rapidly changing technological and climatic future
3)Promote intentional growth for a strong local economy that sustains itself and the environment
Clean up of remaining toxins.
Reclaiming an accessible, safe, and clean beach and bay.
Daylight creeks and restore wetlands and an estuary.
Protect and restore wildlife corridors.
Reduce impervious surfaces.
Plan initial development adjacent to existing development.
Quantify economic costs and benefits of a vibrant, restored coastline.
Protect the forested areas on the headlands.
NetZero Energy and water construction everywhere on the Headlands.
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