ESTUARY NEWS: Nearing the finish line for invasive spartina eradication efforts; Concerns over Camp Fire runoff into Butte Creek; What Wade Crowfoot thinks about floodplains; How the state plans to better align water management sectors; and more …

Inside the September edition of ESTUARY News:

  • Nearing the finish line of a 10-year marathon in invasive spartina eradication efforts.
  • Concerns about contaminated Camp Fire runoff into Butte Creek, and resulting Chinook salmon survival.
  • Adventures on the Northern half of Bay Trail – a group of women tackle the trail every Sunday for two years, and hope to complete by 2021.
  • Why basking sharks are so hard to find in the vast Pacific.
  • What Wade Crowfoot thinks about floodplains, and the new push for more water on the land.
  • How the state plans to better align water management sectors.
  • Who is Mike Montgomery?
  • Drones, snowy plovers, and a Bay that is not BPA-free…
Click here to read this edition of Estuary News.

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