Estuary News
October 2021

The October issue explores breaching season in full swing, with Hill Slough, Dutch Slough and Pacheco Marsh opening to tides this fall. It also describes how research on Bay nutrients carried on in a garage during COVID restrictions, sitings of cows trampling creeks, and  EBMUD efforts to sustain groundwater. Other topics including bird interactions with […]

Estuary News
June 2021

Looking deeper, making tweaks, are a theme in this issue as Estuary managers and scientists scrutinize their options and check their restoration work in light of a drier, hotter, more hungry future. This June, Estuary explores how Bay fish aren’t getting any cleaner despite chemical bans; how Delta fish are still hungry but food may […]

Estuary News
March 2021

This issue shares some of the bounty of spring, as activists, engineers, and adventurers challenge themselves to get stuff done on the tail of Covid. Read about a proposed solo kayak trip from SF to Hawaii, the latest on stalled flow agreements, and how scientists have linked climate change to weather extreme events. Also in […]