Bay Area scientists and planners are hoping to shake loose some new solutions to rising seas by inviting in some of the best minds of the design world.
An Early Look at How the North Bay Fires Have Impacted Undeveloped Land in the Region
Initially, it appears the fires played an ecological role for open spaces and undeveloped lands.
North Bay Open Space Managers Wait To Survey Losses
What remains of Sonoma and Napa’s natural landscapes is still unknown as open space personnel attend to human losses.
California Scientists Release a Fly to Control a Landscape-Suffocating Invasive Ivy
A landscape engulfed in Cape ivy is difficult to take in. Scientists are turning to the plant’s natural enemy: a small South African fly.
The Open Ocean is the Last Frontier In Birding
Living tens, hundreds, even thousands of miles offshore, pelagic seabirds are some of the least understood and most threatened avian species in the world.
Where Trump Budget Cuts Could Affect Bay Area Conservation
A small sample of the big ways the president’s proposed budget would slash conservation measures around the Bay Area.
Bay Area Scientists Push Back Against Federal Freeze on Meetings
The Department of Interior is forbidding committee meetings, but one prominent California-based partnership of NGOs and resource managers is going to keep talking to one another anyway.
An Atlantic Bird Makes a New Home in California — Maybe Because of Melting Arctic Ice
Meet Morris the gannet, who’s not supposed to be here but seems to have made a home of it.
2017 Youth Engagement Award Winner Uriel Hernandez: Tree-Planting Provides Backdrop for a Deeper Purpose
Uriel Hernandez, a community forestry coordinator at Canopy, helps connect people to their neighborhoods by planting trees.
As Rainy Winter Spreads Sudden Oak Death Pathogen, a Scientist Races to Build Resistance
A Berkeley researcher studies trees that survive what for most is a death sentence