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Hard Time to Be an Oak

July 01, 2009 by Daniel McGlynn

About one-eighth of California’s land area is covered in oak woodlands. Despite that vast acreage, it’s hard to be an oak in California. Threats to oak survival include the effects of fire management, increased pressure from booming rodent and deer populations, disease, drought, competition from exotic plants, and the largest threat of all, development…

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Apperson Ridge Quarry

April 01, 2004 by Leah Messinger

In 1984, Alameda County approved Oliver de Silva, Inc.’s plans to build a hard rock quarry at Apperson Ridge, east

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Magna Albany Mall Plan

April 01, 2004 by Leah Messinger

In May of 2002, Magna Entertainment Corporation, owner of the Golden Gate Fields racetrack, adjacent to Berkeley and Albany, proposed

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Four Threats to a Healthy Bay

October 01, 2003 by Jane Kay

Habitat Loss
On the fringes of the Bay lie the varied wetlands that feed and shelter the Bay’s wildlife. Chinook

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