Latest from Save Mount Diablo
January 05, 2015 by Joan Hamilton
The 3,100-acre Morgan Fire provided opportunities for scientists. One of the main goals: to learn how plant and animal communities rebuild themselves after a major disturbance.
July 01, 2014 by Joan Hamilton
A team of researchers, with a grant from Save Mount Diablo, has installed hidden cameras in a variety of plots around the Mount Diablo burn area to see what sort of large wildlife shows up.
October 06, 2011 by John Hart
In eastern Contra Costa and Alameda counties, an ambitious vision for protecting big pieces of remaining open space is taking shape: From Black Diamond Mines and Mount Diablo to Brushy Peak and Sunol, several major agreements promise to replace ad hoc mitigation projects with a broader canvas of protected and connected habitat.
July 01, 2010 by Aleta George
The new Habitat Conservation Plan in East Contra Costa County has been short on money, but land prices almost couldn’t be better.