“One of nature’s great powers is to provide the metaphors we seek, and in this issue of Bay Nature, I see healing everywhere,” writes editor-in-chief Victoria Schlesinger.
Bestselling author Amy Tan has filled journals with anecdotes, observations, and drawings of backyard birds.
“Can we communicate, pay attention, and learn about the needs of wildlife well enough to love it and allow it to thrive?” asks editor-in-chief Victoria Schlesinger
Meet BIL and IRA—two federal bills with forgettable names that belie their enormous potential impact on the environment.
“I’ve been reporting on the environment for nearly 30 years, and this is the moment,” Victoria Schlesinger writes, “that environmental thinkers have been fighting for since the early 1990s, when the world began to grasp the threat of climate change.”
We’re examining a potentially transformational amount of money flowing to Bay Area nature from the Inflation Reduction Act and the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
“These are folks who speak with their actions and choices over days, years, and decades, and motivate us all to do the same,” writes editor-in-chief Victoria Schlesinger.
This is a season of change for Bay Nature, as we welcome new people and say goodbye to others who have shaped the magazine.
An introduction to Bay Nature magazine’s summer 2022 print issue.
As the poet Wendell Berry says, “if we do the right things today, we’ll have done all we really can for tomorrow.”