Hello Monday! Get your Bay Area nature news:
- State Coastal Conservancy out of its $1 billion in bond money with no new funds in sight. [Santa Rosa Press Democrat]
- Gov. Brown asks feds to fast track environmental review of Delta water tunnel plan [Sacramento Bee]
- Small NorCal town drying up under climate change responds with novel techniques in water conservation. [Fog City Journal]
- Dogs can be conservationists, too, by sniffing out scat of endangered species. [San Jose Mercury News]
- Wildlife advocates protest Caltrans’ cliff swallow killings in Petaluma bridge netting. [Santa Rosa Press Democrat]
- Chevron relaunches oil-crude unit after August shutdown, says lost money but posted $6 billion 1st quarter profit. [Contra Costa Times]
- Quarantine on harvesting mussels off NorCal coast starts early because biotoxins detected. [Point Reyes Light]
- Point Reyes ranchers still waiting for their 20-year leases following federal promises. [Point Reyes Light]
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