As part of its “Let’s Change This to That” public education campaign, Caltrans is sharing the top sources of stormwater pollution and ways to prevent them from contaminating California’s waterways. Read More
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District’s Executive Officer Jack Broadbent announced he will retire after more than 18 years as head of the agency. Read More
The Bold Italic had an interesting article on the recent tsunami and sea level rise in the Bay Area.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission has launched a new San Francisco Bay Trail section to its website at mtc.ca.gov/baytrail. Featuring refreshed content and the latest news about the Bay Trail, a planned 500-mile regional trail along the shoreline of 47 Bay Area cities, these web pages will replace the website formerly found at baytrail.org.
At last week’s State of the Estuary Summit, communities took center stage in planning for a healthy, resilient estuary.
The New Yorker recently had a piece on early earthquake warning systems that have been developed in recent years. People can sign up for an app and get the warnings on their cell phones. Read More
The latest edition of OpenRoad with Doug McConnell will celebrate the successful growth of the San Francisco Bay Trail. OpenRoad airs this Sunday at 6:30 p.m. on NBC Bay Area.
Looking deeper and making tweaks are themes in the newest issue of Estuary as managers and scientists scrutinize their options and check their restoration work in light of a drier, hotter, more hungry future. Here's how to get the Estuary News delivered to your inbox for free. Read More
The San Francisco Bay Trail / Napa Valley Vine Trail project in Vallejo received a $410,000 grant to build a two-way separated bike path along Enterprise Street The new bike path will be about one-third of a mile. Read More
The latest issue of ESTUARY News is out and shares some colorful history, takes a look at a century of first responders and catches up with the Mycelium Youth Network. Read More