Codornices Creek Watershed Council


Codornices Creek

The Codornices Creek Watershed Council is a local, volunteer organization made up of stakeholders who live and work in the watershed.

The purpose of the Council is to protect and restore watershed processes and function, and to promote awareness and stewardship through collaborative partnerships with agencies, businesses, organizations, and the community.

Highlights of Codornices Creek Watershed Council Events

Stewardship Project

Are you interested in helping to create an exciting educational place in a creek restoration area that will benefit the whole community?

Would you like the idea of a creekside trail that could include an outdoor teaching space, educational nature projects, and public art? Codornices Creek

Find out more about our exciting Stewardship Project in progress now along lower Codornices Creek at the 6th to 8th Street restoration site.


Come play in the dirt and soak in the spring while contributing to the successful establishment of a local creek restoration project!

The Codornices Creek Watershed Council is hosting a morning to ‘save the natives and stave off the weeds.’

We will be weeding and mulching and generally tending to the freshly planted natives at the new restoration project along the creek.

WHEN: Saturday October 15th, 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

WHERE: Codornices Creek @ 8th St. crossing, Berkeley

Bring your gardening/work gloves, water bottle, and a shovel, trowel or favorite tool!

For more information, email Diana Benner at

General Meeting

Council meetings are held on the second Wednesday of odd-numbered months from 7 to 8:30 P.M. at St. Mary's College High School along Codornices Creek on the Berkeley/Albany border.
Please check this site for meeting agendas approximately a week before each meeting date.
See agenda on our Upcoming Events page.

There will be no Council meeting in September.

Please join us at our next creek work party on Saturday October 15th from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the newly restored Codornices Creek on the Berkeley-Albany border.
We will be focusing on maintaining the site to help the 1000 plants we planted in the Spring to flourish. Meet at 1100 Eighth Street, two blocks north of Gilman. We will be providing snacks and drinks.
Questions? Email Diana at

Successful Trash Survey and Cleanup on July 31st

See report and photos of Trash Day under Council Activities

Codornices Creek Watershed Council
Turns Out for Berkeley All Storm Day

See Council Activities for more details and pictures.

For more information on the project, email: or contact Pam Boyle, at 510-759-1689.

For upcoming Watershed Council meeting dates and other events, see our Upcoming Events page.

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