Eastshore park renamed, Taylor Mountain and an edible schoolyard

by on October 10, 2012

 
The renamed McLaughlin Eastshore State Park in Berkeley. Photo by Ingrid Taylar/Flickr.
 

 
Get your Wednesday news digest right here:
  • “McLaughlin” added to Eastshore State Park in Berkeley to honor Save the Bay co-founder Sylvia McLaughlin. [Oakland Tribune]
  • Sonoma County board approves park plan for Taylor Mountain overlooking Santa Rosa. [Santa Rosa Press Democrat]
  • Alice Waters helps break ground on her newest edible schoolyard in Sacramento. [Sacramento Bee]
  • Will Delta water eventually be used for oil and gas “fracking” in Kern County? [Public Water News Service]
  • The San Francisco parks department is felling 58 trees in Glen Canyon this fall, prompting outrage from locals over the power of the “native plant lobby.” [SF Weekly]

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