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Featured Stories: April 24, 2019
Thirty years ago, media reports warned that San Francisco Bay was dying. Anti-pollution laws were not being enforced. Polluters were dumping waste into the Bay with no fear of detection. In 1989, research scientist Dr. Michael Herz determined that the Bay needed a defender—and founded San Francisco...
Monthly Column: April 3, 2019
Three decades ago, media reports warned that San Francisco Bay was dying.  Anti-pollution laws were not being enforced. Polluters were dumping waste into the Bay with no fear of detection. The Bay was being slowly poisoned and there was no relief in sight.   Until 1989, when research scientist Dr....
BK In The News: April 2, 2019
Thirty years ago, citizens concerned that industries and cities were polluting San Francisco Bay without consequence stepped forward and, with the help of donors, launched a nonprofit that has served for the three decades since as the chief environmental watchdog of our great estuary. Today, San...
Blog Post: March 15, 2019
Science is at the heart of Baykeeper’s work.  Our pollution investigations and water quality monitoring, analysis of proposed environmental laws, and even lawsuits to stop polluters all rely on sound science and technical understanding of the complex ecology of San Francisco Bay. Which is why we’re...
Page: December 6, 2018
2017-2018 Supporter Listing The following donors made gifts to San Francisco Baykeeper between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2018. We thank them for their generous support and investment in our work to protect San Francisco Bay. Gifts of $20,000 and Greater Gifts of $10,000-$19,999 Gifts of $5,000-$9,...
BK In The News: November 12, 2018
The Marin Municipal Water District Board of Directors has selected Bennett Horenstein, a longtime Bay Area water and wastewater official, to become its new general manager... Ian Wren, a staff scientist at San Francisco Baykeeper, said he worked with Horenstein for a nearly five-year period while...
BK In The News: October 12, 2018
One early morning in 2016, San Francisco Baykeeper’s pollution hotline began ringing frantically. Concerned swimmers and beachgoers reported trash littering the shoreline and wanted to know what could be done. Our field investigator monitored the area during one of our regular boat patrols, and our...
Blog Post: August 15, 2018
From her bicycle atop Mt. Tamalpais or along Oakland’s Skyline Boulevard, Jovita Pajarillo experiences San Francisco Bay in her favorite way: taking in the expansive views from afar. The Baykeeper Board member also likes to get up close and observe wildlife, especially small shorebirds. “San...
BK In The News: July 23, 2018
As a recovering lawyer, I wasn't professionally trained in development when I became an executive director three years ago, yet my Board expected me to get to work fundraising...fast. When I began exploring the field, I quickly learned there are a lot of recognized best practices. One of the most...
Blog Post: June 15, 2018
Clean water activists from across the nation and around the world shared success stories and grappled with challenges at the recent Waterkeeper Alliance Conference—including a team of staff from San Francisco Baykeeper. Baykeeper is a founding member of the Waterkeeper Alliance, the 340...

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