SFPUC Growing Plants in Hospital-Like Nursery to Protect Water Quality
June 14, 2019
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is trying something different at its new native plant nursery in Sunol. To avoid infecting plants, the botanists here take precautions more akin to a laboratory than a commercial nursery. KQED.
One Increasingly Popular Way to Control Floods: Let the Water Come
March 19, 2019
California is looking to floodplains as a way to avoid flood damage and store water. Advocates say floodplains refill aquifers, reduce risk from flood damage, re-create wildlife habitat and filter pollutants. But others aren't so convinced. KQED.
Can sustainably caught swordfish make waves on the Central Coast?
December 30, 2018
With new clean-fishing gear technology on the horizon, some think swordfish in California could appear on dinner plates once more. Published in the EastBay Times, The Mercury News, The Monterey Herald and The Santa Cruz Sentinel.