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Blog Post: November 18, 2013
On Tuesday night, November 19, the San Jose City Council will vote on a plan to develop some of the last remaining open space along the Bay in Santa Clara County. It’s also some of the only remaining burrowing owl habitat along the South Bay shore. In addition, this development would impact rare...
Blog Post: September 17, 2013
For the third year in a row, Charity Navigator, the nation’s leading evaluator of nonprofit organizations’ financial performance, has awarded San Francisco Baykeeper its top 4-star rating for our effective use of resources in pursuing our mission to protect and restore San Francisco Bay. Only 11%...
Featured Stories: May 8, 2013
As we patrolled the southern San Francisco shoreline in the Baykeeper boat, we glided toward a huge facility where paint was being sandblasted off a massive ship towering above us. Paint chips blew onto our deck. Looking down, we saw a swirling film of pinkish-gray dust floating on the Bay’s...
Monthly Column: May 3, 2013
As we patrolled the southern San Francisco shoreline in the Baykeeper boat, we glided toward a huge facility where paint was being sandblasted off a massive ship towering above us. Paint chips blew onto our deck. Looking down, we saw a swirling film of pinkish-gray dust floating on the Bay’s...
Page: December 5, 2012
2011-2012 Supporter Listing The following donors made gifts to San Francisco Baykeeper between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012. We thank them for their generous support and investment in our work to protect San Francisco Bay. Individual Gift Listings Memorial and Tribute Gifts Bay Stewards: Monthly...
Press Release: November 28, 2012
(San Francisco, CA) – For the second year in a row, Trainer Communications will donate the proceeds of its Media Sharktank event to San Francisco Baykeeper. “Baykeeper sincerely thanks Trainer Communications for supporting our work to protect San Francisco Bay by making us the beneficiary of this...
Blog Post: November 12, 2012
Charity Navigator, the nation’s leading evaluator of nonprofit organizations’ financial performance, has awarded San Francisco Baykeeper its second consecutive top 4-star rating. “Only 17% of the charities we rate have received at least two consecutive 4-star evaluations, indicating that San...
BK In The News: July 23, 2012
NerdWallet, a personal finance advisor site, picks their top four environmental nonprofits serving the Bay Area, including San Francisco Baykeeper.
Blog Post: July 16, 2012
When you see the Baykeeper boat out patrolling the Bay, it’s thanks in large part to our volunteer Head Skipper, Geoff Potter. Not only is Geoff often at the helm, he also handles all of the boat’s engine and hull maintenance and repairs. In addition, he selects and trains Baykeeper’s roster of...
Featured Stories: June 8, 2012
Which boat bottom paint causes the least pollution and still keeps the hull free of sea growth? Baykeeper just repainted our patrol boat, and answering this question wasn’t easy. Boat hulls need to be painted with specialized coatings to keep algae, barnacles and other sea life from attaching and...

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