In addition to protecting public health, the District is also dedicated to protecting the natural environment. Healthy wetlands support populations of natural predators, producing fewer mosquitoes than habitats modified or damaged by human activity. The District plays a leadership role in the conservation and restoration of Bay Area wetlands, protection of endangered and threatened species, and promotion of biorational (environmentally compatible) control methods in order to protect both human and environmental health.
Mosquito Management in Stormwater Devices
Mosquito Management in Sufrace-Flow Wetlands
Mosquito Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Peyton Slough Wetlands: The Crown Jewel of Contra Costa County