Estuary News
September 2019

The September issue covers progress on the region’s 20-year-old invasive spartina eradication program and concerns about contaminated Camp Fire runoff into Butte Creek, and resulting Chinook salmon survival. The issue also follows a group of women walking the entire Bay Trail, profiles the new chief of the SF Regional Water Board, and describes the recent groundswell of interest in floodplain reactivation. Other stories touch on the BPAs, basking sharks, drones, and the state’s recent water plan update.