Time for Wednesday’s Bay Area nature news digest:
- Bee population is now so low that there may not be enough to pollinate crops. [NPR]
- The improbable comeback of North America’s largest inland trout. [Sacramento Bee]
- Berkeley’s beloved school gardening program could be gutted because of federal cuts this year. [Bay Area Bites]
- Gov. Brown says adapting to climate change will be very expensive, another reason for budget discipline. [Calitics]
- City of Richmond wants to sue Chevron for damages in last summer’s refinery fire. [Contra Costa Times]
- Sidewalk outside Zen Center in SF becomes first permeable sidewalk in city’s new program. [Hayeswire]
- Sebastopol has a native songbird rehab center. [Santa Rosa Press Democrat]
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