Latest Baykeeper News and Information

Blog Post: January 27, 2017
Baykeeper and our partners at The Bay Institute are advocating in support of increased freshwater flows to the Bay and Delta. Currently, too much water in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is being diverted. There’s not enough natural flow to keep the fish alive and the ecosystem healthy. From the...
BK In The News: January 26, 2017
Bay Area environmentalists say they’re appalled by the Trump administration’s freeze on business activities and communications at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency... San Francisco Baykeeper Executive Director Sejal Choksi-Chugh agreed and pointed to millions of dollars in grants to restore...
Blog Post: January 24, 2017
Too much water in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is being diverted. There’s not enough natural flow to keep the fish alive and the ecosystem healthy. From the San Joaquin River all the way down to San Francisco Bay, low river flows have concentrated pollutants and harmed salmon and other Bay-...
BK In The News: January 19, 2017
... More than 70 volunteers showed up on a cloudy, foggy Saturday at 9 a.m. at the Main Street parking lot west of the ferry terminal in Alameda, including members of the Boy Scouts of America and San Francisco Baykeeper, a 25-year-old nonprofit advocacy group that works to prevent pollution in the...
E News: January 18, 2017
Monthly Update for January 2017...
Blog Post: January 17, 2017
Baykeeper is advocating for stronger regulations on boat coatings to protect fish and other wildlife from the toxic effects of copper contamination. Copper is a powerful biocide commonly found in specialized boat coatings that prevents algae, barnacles, and other sea life from growing on boat hulls...
Blog Post: January 17, 2017
Baykeeper is celebrating a new victory that will help prevent pharmaceutical contamination of San Francisco Bay. Contra Costa County recently passed an ordinance requiring drug makers to cover the cost of safe disposal of prescription medications. This law will help prevent leftover pharmaceuticals...
BK In The News: January 17, 2017
Dozens of volunteers gathered at the Alameda estuary Saturday to take care of one of the negative results of last week’s storms. “The timing of this cleanup is perfect this year mainly because the big storms pushed a lot of trash into the bay and on to the shore line,” said San Francisco bay keeper...
BK In The News: January 10, 2017
The second annual service event is set for 9 a.m. to noon Saturday rain or shine on Main Street at Navy Way. It is being hosted by Alameda Point Partners and the Alameda Public Works Department’s Clean Water Program; members of San Francisco Baykeeper, an advocacy group, will be on-site to discuss...
Monthly Column: January 3, 2017
Cars stopping when San Francisco Bay water washes onto roads. Waves breaking on pedestrian sidewalks. Water flooding onto polluted oil refinery shorelines. It all happens during the year’s highest tides—and could happen daily as global climate change causes sea levels to rise. In the years to come...

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