Time for Wednesday’s Bay Area nature news:
- Hayes Valley Farm in SF to be replaced by housing development, but it didn’t go down without a last minute fight. [Curbed SF]
- At long last city of Alameda regaining Navy land, but going to use it for housing and commercial development. [SF Appeal]
- “Why are our choices fire or poison?” asked one official opposed to spraying herbicides on Mount Tam. [Marin Independent Journal]
- Sonoma County updating coastal plan governing development and resource protection. [Santa Rosa Press Democrat]
- People, not just birds, used to live on the Farallon Islands. [Curbed SF]
- Sport fish in Delta have highest levels of mercury, PCBs in state, a legacy of mercury mining. [Sacramento Bee]
- Google’s new campus aims for platinum LEED status with green features. [Curbed SF]
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