A first-of-its kind ballot measure in San Jose would fund conservation as a flood solution.
The San Francisco Bay Area is bejeweled with hundreds of parks and open space preserves as well as a rich set of laws and policies meant to ensure the survival of vulnerable species and ecosystems. Real people made this happen through a dedicated call to stewardship.
Generational change and an eye-opening moment for inclusion leave us with an unprecedented opportunity.
The mammoth McApin Tree is not just the venerable elder in its grove. It’s thought the giant redwood holds within its fire-charred rings the surrounding forest’s formative secrets.
There are dozens of ways to volunteer in the East Bay Regional Park District.
Science has led us to an increasing understanding of the importance of wildlife corridors. Sonoma pioneers the monitoring of a series of corridors.
An organization dedicated to responding to climate change in a nature-friendly way loses funding.
We’re used to thinking about how wildfires change the soil for plants. But a UC Berkeley researcher wants to turn the relationship around and ask how the plants that spring up after a fire could lock-in long-term soil recovery.
Initially, it appears the fires played an ecological role for open spaces and undeveloped lands.
A landscape engulfed in Cape ivy is difficult to take in. Scientists are turning to the plant’s natural enemy: a small South African fly.
How people came to understand the North Bay’s iconic peak.