Calif. considers lead bullet ban to save condors, Tilden golf course gets green creds

June 17, 2013

Happy Monday! Dishing up your Bay Nature nature news digest:

  • CA lawmakers consider ban on lead bullets used during hunting to save condors. [KQED]
  • The story, and the man, behind the Hayes Valley Farm. [Hayeswire]
  • Tilden golf course becomes a certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary, meaning it meets enviro conservation goals. [Oakland Tribune]
  • On-site beehives the new “must-have” at top-tier hotel restaurants. [San Francisco Business Times]
  • State parks officials try to sell their proposal to charge for beach access to skeptical Sonoma public on Tuesday. [Santa Rosa Press Democrat]
  • Sad to see Hayes Valley Farm go, but take heart, there are other outstanding community farms in SF. [Huffington Post]
  • Tom Hayden says Gov. Brown doing a great job on environmental issues in the state, and tells you why. [Huffington Post]


About the Author

Alison Hawkes was a Bay Nature editor from 2011-2017. Before Bay Nature she worked in journalism for more than a decade as a former newspaper reporter turned radio producer turned web editor with each rendition bringing her closer to her dream of covering environmental issues. She co-founded Way Out West, a site dedicated to covering Bay Area environmental news.