Conservation groups say the environmental assessment avoids considering environmental justice or marine life
On Friday, August 30, Bay Nature lost a good friend and the Bay Area lost a great teacher of environmental science. Professor Lester Rowntree passed away at his home in the Berkeley hills after a prolonged battle with cancer. Rowntree … Read more
Ellie Cohen departs Point Blue Conservation Science after leading the organization through 20 years of rapid growth.
No whale watch boat captain worth his or her salt is going to guarantee a whale sighting on any particular trip. But Captain Joe Nazar and the rest of the San Francisco Whale Tours crew on the good ship Kitty … Read more
First formed to stop a hillside golf course proposal, Friends of Edgewood Natural Reserve turns 25 in 2018.
An organization dedicated to responding to climate change in a nature-friendly way loses funding.
Bay Nature Publisher David Loeb reflects on changes since he co-founded the magazine in 2001.
A lot of rain isn’t always the magic formula for flowers.
The Bay is healthier now than it has been at any time in the past 50 years. And that’s because people in this century decided to work together across disciplines and institutional boundaries to reverse the damage done over the previous two centuries.
Environmental journalist Harold Gilliam blazed the trail for organizations like Bay Nature.