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.
Twenty-five years after the Tunnel Fire, Bay Nature Publisher David Loeb assesses California’s wildfire regime and eucalyptus trees.
There’s something about old-growth redwoods. But there’s something about second-growth, too.
Vote yes on Measure AA to ensure the future health of the San Francisco Bay.
Honoring Sylvia McLaughlin, and her legacy.
The Bay Area looks very different, and is infinitely more livable for both humans and wildlife, because of Sylvia McLaughlin’s vision and her work.