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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: May 2, 2018
Did you ever wonder where Clipper Cove on Treasure Island got its name? Or how to identify San Francisco’s leaning skyscraper? Or where to find harbor seals in San Francisco Bay? For this and much more Bay lore, ask Baykeeper’s newly promoted volunteer Head Skipper, Robert Fairbank. He’s a walking—...
Monthly Column: December 5, 2017
As the shoreline whizzed by and the wind sprayed mist on our faces, I spotted an old building out of the corner of my eye that didn’t look quite right. We were patrolling San Francisco Bay for pollution in the Baykeeper boat, along San Francisco’s eastern shoreline, near Potrero Hill. Our volunteer...
Page: November 28, 2017
2016-2017 Supporter Listing The following donors made gifts to San Francisco Baykeeper between July 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017. 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,...
Monthly Column: March 1, 2017
Amid the drama of alternative facts and security leaks, the new administration has been unpredictable. And as its anti-environment agenda becomes clearer, Baykeeper’s attorneys and scientists are evaluating how best to protect San Francisco Bay from looming threats. One imminent threat is the...
Page: December 14, 2016
When Baykeeper settles our Clean Water Act lawsuits with polluters, the polluters are required to make mitigation payments to help repair the damage to the ecosystem from their past pollution. These payments are used to provide grants to other nonprofit science, environmental, and community...
Page: December 2, 2016
2015-2016 Supporter Listing The following donors made gifts to San Francisco Baykeeper between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016. 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,...
Blog Post: November 9, 2016
A special message from Baykeeper's Executive Director on the election: Dear friends, I’m guessing you feel as shocked and worried as I do. The election results have made this a time of uncertainty for all of us who support the environment, equality, and social justice.    But amid the concerns, I’m...
Blog Post: February 22, 2016
Baykeeper is proud to announce our 2016 Blue Rivet Award winners. The Blue Rivet Award honors community members and businesses that believe in Baykeeper’s vision of a safe and thriving San Francisco Bay and that have made significant strides to help achieve that vision. The Blue Rivet Award...

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