Serving up your Bay Area nature news:
- New Dias Ridge Connector Trail to move hikers, bikers and horses off Highway 1 near Muir Beach.[Marin Independent Journal]
- Stewards of the Coast and Redwoods receive $38,000 grant to enhance facilities along Sonoma Coast State Park. [Press Democrat]
- In a plan to improve Pacific herring habitat, creosote-soaked pilings that line Marin and elsewhere may be removed. [San Mateo Daily Journal]
- Visitors continue to be frustrated by federal parks shutdown. [Marin Independent Journal]
- Sonoma City Council set to discuss dog access at Montini Preserve. [Press Democrat]
- Did you feel the earth move? 3.1 magnitude quake rocks the East Bay. [SF Gate]
- Hungry? Take an edible hike off Sonoma’s beaten path. [Press Democrat]
- Six years after Cusco Busan oil spill, has CA learnt from its mistakes? [East Bay Express]
- Petaluma’s Shollenberger Park wetlands area to be closed as city workers replace water control structures. [Press Democrat]
- Oakland criminalizes illegal street dumping, setting up additional civil measures to punish those who dump. [Inside Bay Area News]
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