Latest Baykeeper News and Information

Blog Post: April 22, 2014
Oldcastle Precast, a manufacturer of concrete products, recently agreed to install pollution controls to protect San Francisco Bay from contaminated runoff from its Pleasanton facility. The agreement came in response to Baykeeper’s Clean Water Act lawsuit and will protect the Bay from pollutants...
Blog Post: April 18, 2014
On April 16, a federal appeals court ruled that federal contracts to supply water from the San Francisco Bay-Delta ecosystem, which promised more water than exists in an average year, were renewed illegally. In a unanimous ruling, an eleven-judge panel of the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals...
E News: April 10, 2014
*/ Monthly Update for April 2014 You're Invited to Baykeeper's 25th Anniversary Party on May 15 Swim, Kayak, Row, SUP, or Sail in the Bay Parade on June 14 Spring Tips for a Healthy Bay and Healthy You Meet Baykeeper Volunteer Pollution Investigator Helen Dickson 25th Anniversary Flash from...
Blog Post: April 9, 2014
When Helen Dickson moved to the Bay Area a year ago, one of the first things she did was to contact Baykeeper and offer to be a Volunteer Pollution Investigator. Since then, she has not only tracked down potential industrial polluters, she’s also helped Baykeeper coordinate our volunteer...
Blog Post: April 9, 2014
By Mike Herz, Baykeeper Founder Just a few months after Baykeeper’s founding in 1989, we received an anonymous tip about illegal dredging that led to a covert investigation, media scandal, retaliatory damage to the Baykeeper boat, a criminal investigation, and finally, jail time for the offenders....
Featured Stories: April 9, 2014
As the warm-weather recreation season gets underway, Baykeeper presents tips to protect both your health and the health of San Francisco Bay. When You’re Along or On the Bay Use mineral sunscreens, but avoid nanoparticles. Most chemical sunscreens contain dangerous compounds like oxybenzone and...
BK In The News: April 3, 2014
Ironically, precisely at the moment that San Francisco ceased to be a working port and a food source for large numbers of residents, the people of the Bay Area learned to see the bay as something more than a highway for shipping, a waste of prime real estate, or a dumping ground.
Bay Crossings Column: April 1, 2014
Drought’s impact on San Francisco Bay is varied, but fish get hit the hardest. Salmon and steelhead swim into the bay from the ocean, then swim up rivers or creeks to spawn, depositing the eggs that become the next fish generation. Historically, despite periodic droughts, during spawning season the...
BK In The News: March 20, 2014
SAN JOSE -- In a move that could cost San Jose thousands of dollars in fines and lead to punitive cleanup orders, state wildlife officials have filed an environmental complaint against the city, claiming it's violating pollution laws for failing to adequately clean up homeless encampments along...
E News: March 13, 2014
.color { color: #004080; } Welcome to San Francisco Baykeeper's March E-News. Having trouble viewing this email? Click here to see it online...

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