Tijuana Estuary Tidal Restoration Program
The Tijuana Estuary Tidal Restoration Program (TETRP) is a large multi-phased wetland restoration program located within the Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve. The primary objective of TETRP is to restore valuable habitat processes that have been lost and to increase the exchange of water in a tidal cycle. This will enhance tidal flushing, improve water quality and control sedimentation to ensure the estuary is a sustained natural habitat. Learn more about TETRP.
Nelson Sloan Quarry Restoration and Beneficial Reuse of Sediment Project
Nelson Sloan Quarry Restoration and Beneficial Reuse of Sediment Project is an effort to restore an abandoned sand and gravel quarry within the Tijuana River Valley with sediments dredged from the Goat Canyon Sediment Basin and other flood control and habitat restoration projects in the Tijuana River Valley, such as the Tijuana Estuary Tidal Restoration Program II Phase I. CA State Parks received $1.2 million is State grants to develop the project through the final design and environmental review.