- Dungeness crab season looks promising as recreational crabbers get started with their catch. [Santa Cruz Sentinel]
- Breathtaking video of a “day in the life” of a Mount Tam fire lookout volunteer goes viral. [Marin Independent Journal]
- Marin water district sparks debate with plan to clear French broom and other invasives across Mount Tam with herbicides. [Marin Independent Journal]
- California Coastkeeper, which represents the state’s 12 waterkeeper organizations, appoints a new executive director and a campaign to tackle the state’s biggest water quality problem – pollution runoff. [CAcoastkeeper.org]
- Look up! Two meteor showers lighting up the night sky over next couple weeks and starting tonight. [San Jose Mercury News]
- Sport fishermen end up catching and releasing many federally threatened wild coho salmon in the effort to capture a hatchery coho. Are fishing regulations working? [Statesman Journal]
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