Posts with the category ‘Coastal Water Quality’


EcoNews Report: Humboldt Baykeeper Co-Founder Fred Evenson on Mercury, Fish, and Monterey

Humboldt Baykeeper Jennifer Kalt recently interviewed Fred Evenson, Director of Ecological Rights Foundation, about mercury in fish in Monterey Bay. The EcoNews Report is the longest-running public affairs radio show… Read More…


Why We Can’t Stop Talking About Seahorses

Earlier this month, The California Department of Fish and Wildlife discovered a rare seahorse near an eelgrass restoration site in Upper Newport Bay. That’s pretty much the equivalent of spotting… Read More…


City of San Jose and Baykeeper Reach Agreement to Reduce Pollution in SF Bay

Today, San Francisco Baykeeper and the City of San José announced a legal agreement to make the Bay Area’s largest city a greener one. As part of the agreement, San… Read More…


Does San Diego have Aquaculture?

San Diego has aquaculture projects of various sizes and purposes in San Diego County. Each is a different form of aquaculture–which means they are in the business of fish production…. Read More…


McKinleyville Ace Hardware Illegally Fills, Drains Seasonal Wetland

During the summer of 2015, owners of the new McKinleyville Ace Hardware on Central Avenue illegally filled wetlands with gravel for a parking lot in violation of the Clean Water… Read More…


New Dioxin Data

Since Baykeeper’s 2006 success in getting Humboldt Bay designated as impaired by dioxin, sampling for this long-lasting contaminant has become common for dredging, restoration, and development projects. One recent study… Read More…


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