Environment

Nonprofit Issue: Two visions

By Molly OlesonBill McKibben is worn out.“Physically, and a little bit emotionally,” admits the founder of grassroots climate campaign 350.org to an audience that...

Feature: Rocky road

By Tom GogolaIt’s a hot and dusty day in Skyline Wilderness Park in the southern stretches of the city of Napa. You can hear...

Feature: Last stands

By Will ParrishAfter an era of relative quiet compared to the so-called timber wars of the 1980s and ’90s, conflict over logging in the...

Feature: Of water and wine

By Stett HolbrookThis article was produced with the Food & Environment Reporting Network, a nonprofit investigative news organization.In the winter of 2015, a Hong...

Home & Garden: Super pollinators

By Annie Spiegelman, the Dirt DivaIn case you thought that flowers were just more pretty faces, they are, but they’re much more than that....

Heroes of Marin 2016: Environmental Stewardship

Heroes of Marin 2016Environmental Stewardship: Deanne CloughBy Nikki SilversteinDeanne Clough built a name for herself in the construction industry in Marin—not a small...

Home & Garden: Foul called

By Annie Spiegelman, the Dirt DivaYou may recall hearing about the light brown apple moth back in 2007. That was when a California Department...

Home & Garden: Time to change

By Annie Spiegelman, the Dirt DivaGrow Your OwnI grew up in New York City, in a tall apartment building, yet somehow I can now...

Upfront: The elementals

By Tom GogolaThe North Bay looks to the new year as 2015 departs like Godzilla.That is, the promised Godzilla of El Niño, which has...

Upfront: Wait and sea

by Tom GogolaAll over the North Bay in recent days, crab committees have been meeting, boards of directors have been discussing and nonprofit organizations...