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Marsh Once More: The Bay Trail Takes Off at Hamilton Airfield

July 10, 2014 by Ariel Rubissow Okamoto

Looking out across the 650-acre project toward the distant Godzilla arm of the backhoe against the blue sky, I finally see on the ground what the planners and engineers have been describing to me ever since I first began writing stories about Hamilton ten years ago: a tapestry of habitats.

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Beavers Used to Be Almost Everywhere in California

June 19, 2014 by Alison Hawkes

Beavers used to live across most of California before they were trapped out of existence. But could they be a solution to drought and climate change?

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The Elusive Black Rail May Adapt Better Than You’d Think

March 21, 2014 by Alison Hawkes

Black rails are one of the most secretive of birds. But new research is showing that the scurrying marshland species can pick up and move if it must.

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Baylands Reborn: Introduction

June 29, 2013 by Ariel Rubissow Okamoto

Mrs. Semino once had to put on a pair of rubber boots to cook her Thanksgiving turkey. It was a ...

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Cut Off from Nature or Take the Right Cut-off?

January 05, 2013 by Paul Epstein

Another father-son geocaching adventure: Learning to love wetlands, even the ones by the highway.

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Wetlands preserve way of life in South Bay town

December 19, 2012 by Claire Schoen

On the southern end of the San Francisco Bay, the Mexican-American community in the tiny hamlet of Alviso is realizing that wetlands may be needed to keep the sea at bay. VIDEO

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Levees or wetlands? Planning for sea level rise

November 19, 2012 by Claire Schoen

The Bay Area has important choices to make about how it will adapt to the reality of sea level rise. VIDEO.

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Wetlands and Water Resources

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Wetlands and Water Resources, founded in 1996 by Stuart Siegel, Ph.D., provides a complete range of services for planning, design, implementation, and monitoring of restored and constructed wetland systems.

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South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

The central online connection to the agencies working on the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project, the largest tidal wetland restoration project on the West Coast.

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San Francisco Estuary Invasive Spartina Project

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

The Invasive Spartina Project is a coordinated regional effort among local, state and federal organizations dedicated to preserving California's extraordinary coastal biological resources through the elimination of introduced species of Spartina (cordgrass).

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