After 20 years, the state decides not to allow the expansion of an off-road vehicle park in the East Bay hills.
Rodents can weaken critical river levees. Instead of poisoning them, leading to ripple effects up the food chain, levee managers on the Pajaro River are encouraging raptors to patrol the area.
The Bayview-Hunters Point community, city, and state move forward on a first-of-its-kind use of a state park to house the unhoused.
Scientific opinion of beavers has changed over the years, but when it comes to conflict, there’s still not many options.
Giant Marsh’s $3 million restoration and enhancement is the first large-scale endeavor of the Coastal Conservancy’s San Francisco Bay Living Shorelines Project.
Most conservation plans assume that protecting land works to help biodiversity. Point Blue scientists decided to check and see.
Replacing pesticides with barn owls for rodent control was one of several innovations that marked a new appetite for more environmentally sustainable production in California vineyards.
“There is nothing gentle about bigotry.”
New questions about what — and who — public lands are for.
Is it success if local policies triumph at the expense of environments elsewhere?