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Bay Nature Publisher David Loeb: Yes on Measure AA

May 10, 2016 by David Loeb

Vote yes on Measure AA to ensure the future health of the San Francisco Bay.

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Bayview: Yes on Measure AA

May 09, 2016 by David Loeb

Honoring Sylvia McLaughlin, and her legacy.

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Sylvia McLaughlin: Champion for San Francisco Bay (1916-2016)

January 21, 2016 by David Loeb

The Bay Area looks very different, and is infinitely more livable for both humans and wildlife, because of Sylvia McLaughlin's vision and her work.

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Love a Shark? Save a Wetland

August 12, 2014 by Eric Simons

The resident sharks of the San Francisco Bay rely on healthy tidal wetlands.

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It Takes a Village To Create a State Park

November 20, 2013 by Beth Slatkin

On Saturday November 16th, a crowd gathered at Eastshore State Park to celebrate legendary Save The Bay co-founder Sylvia McLaughlin and to rename the park in her honor.

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Your favorite park along the Bay was once a dump

April 29, 2013 by Alison Hawkes

Chances are that your go-to spot on the San Francisco Bay was once a trash dump.

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Planting in memory of MLK

January 23, 2013 by Alison Hawkes

What's native plant restoration have to do with MLK Day? Maybe not a whole lot, unless you spend it on the MLK Regional Shoreline planting seven varieties of wetland species.

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Save the Bay

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Founded in 1961, Save The Bay is the oldest and largest organization working to protect, restore, and celebrate San Francisco Bay.

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BayWood Artists Exhibition Benefits Save the Bay

October 28, 2011 by Paul Epstein

The BayWood Artists, a group of plein air painters who often hold art sales to benefit local environmental groups, are dedicating their current show at the Bay Model in Sausalito to Save the Bay, which is celebrating its 50th birthday this year.

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Sowing the Seeds of Restoration

July 01, 2011 by Juliet Grable

Save the Bay turns 50 years old this year, and their native plant nurseries prove the organization is as vital as ever, with volunteers putting in thousands of hours growing native plant seedlings for the group’s restoration projects.

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