The money is meant to fix longstanding tree-cover gaps in disadvantaged neighborhoods—but it’s a fraction of what’s needed.
The official bird of San Francisco has been AWOL in the city for years. But the Presidio hopes to change that.
Though, faced with freedom, Condor 1139 and his fellow juveniles take their sweet time to step across the threshold. “We’re on condor time,” says a program manager.
“In some areas, they blanketed the road,” says a volunteer newt-rescue organizer.
A dozen such projects have sprouted, offering habitat-friendly flood protection. Getting permission for them is a challenge.
The plan—yet to be City-approved—calls for upward of $17 million in maintenance for Oakland’s neglected trees.
Big environmental dreams—and disasters—have created demand. Now it’s time to worry about supply.
This East Bay nonprofit is training young people underrepresented in the green economy to get conservation jobs.
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and Inflation Reduction Act are supposed to transform our landscapes. Will they?
“Xayviish has far more personality than any grocery-store mushroom,” writes Sara Calvosa Olson, a Karuk tribal member. “It’s a meaty but delicate time machine, whisking your spirit back to your gathering place.”