GMOs, Sonoma parks and beavers

by on October 08, 2012

An Anna's hummingbird greets fall visitors to Arrowhead Marsh, in Oakland. Photo by Rick Lewis. An Anna's hummingbird greets fall visitors to Arrowhead Marsh, in Oakland. Photo by Rick Lewis.

Time for Monday’s news digest:

  • GMO labeling ballot measure, if passed, could reverberate throughout rest of the country. [Huffington Post]
  • Wildlife cameras set up after Point Reyes Vision fire show large mammals are faring well nearly 18 years later. [Marin Independent Journal]
  • Visitors to Sonoma parks shot up by one-third to 5 million visitors this year, thanks, in part, to a dedicated PR effort. [Santa Rosa Press Democrat]
  • San Francisco announces 80 percent waste diversion from landfills. [SF Appeal]
  • Multibillion dollar restoration effort of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta raises the question: what did the landscape used to look like? [NPR Weekend Edition]
  • Mountain lions are migrating in noticeable numbers from Nevada to California, according to a new study. [Associated Press]
  • The U.S. Forest Service is removing beaver dams in Sierras, raising questions about whether beavers bring benefit or harm to mountain habitat. [Sacramento Bee]
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