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Creek Conservancy

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San Francisco’s Mission Creek is a 24 acre park and tidal channel remnant of the once-huge Mission Bay.  Landfilled in the 1800s, Mission Bay and Mission Creek served as a home for military, commercial maritime, and industrial activity for over a century. In 1959, a floating home and recreational harbor established in the creek.


Mission Creek Conservancy is a public benefit 501(c)(3) corporation founded in 1983 by members of Mission Creek Harbor, the Audubon Society, the Sierra Club, and other environmental activists dedicated to restoring, preserving, and enhancing the diverse wildlife and tidal community at Mission Creek. 


Today, Mission Creek is foraged by over 55 species of shorebirds and various marine animals.  

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