A new study by the San Francisco Estuary Institute shows that millions of pieces of plastic are entering the bay every day, contaminating wildlife and moving toxins up the food chain. At least 3.9 million pieces of plastic are coming into the bay daily from the waste water treatment plants. These tiny particles are coming… Read more »
The annual Coastal Cleanup day is a worldwide event to protect our waterways and marine wildlife from pollution. Most of the litter in our waterways is lightweight plastic – caps, bottles and bags make up three of the top five most commonly found objects on past clean up days. Plastic bags and other lightweight plastic… Read more »
Get back to the roots of Earth Day by taking action! Accessible open space and healthy waterways are the result of hard earned victories by past environmental leaders. Tending them together is a great way to honor their work and commitment. A class or clean up can shed new light on sustainable living strategies, and… Read more »
Is restoring wetlands bad for our health?