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The River Through Time

July 13, 2012 by Robin Grossinger

There’s a lot more to the Napa Valley than wineries and fancy food. Look closely and the landscape reveals clues to a past full of greater ecological complexity, from beaver ponds to vast freshwater marshes. New research into that history may point the way to a more biodiverse future.

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Napa River Ecological Reserve

July 08, 2012 by Bay Nature Staff

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Valley of Water and Wine

January 01, 2007 by Glen Martin

The Napa Valley was once a place of enormous natural bounty, fed by a vibrant, healthy river teeming with salmon and steelhead. Today, the valley is more famous for its managed bounty of grapes and fine wine. The river, hemmed in by vineyards, has too often been relegated to the status of a waste canal. But now a unique alliance of growers and scientists has come together to give the Napa’s upper reach a chance to regain some of its wildness.

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Looking Ahead on the Napa River

January 01, 2007 by Dan Rademacher

In our January-March 2007 feature, “Valley of Water and Wine,” we highlight the innovative work of landowners along the Napa

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