"When you put your hand in a flowing stream, you touch the last that has gone before and the first that is still to come."
Leonardo da Vinci
The San Francisco Bay is the largest estuary on the West Coast of the U.S. where fresh water from the Central Valley mixes with the salt water of the Pacific. Crabs, clams, fish and birds live in its deepwater channels, marshes and tidelands.
Coastal Cleanup Day 2012 Mark your calendars! Coastal Cleanup Day 2012 is September 15th. Find out how to get involved in the largest cleanup event on the planet.
How to Get Involved in the Largest Cleanup Event on the Planet
We’ve Cut the Ribbon! Have you ever seen a real, live bioswale? If not, head over to the the Richmond Greenway to take a look and what we've built with the help of county and city officials, local schools, and the community.
Bioswale Project Keeps Richmond Greenway Clean and Green
Long, Lost Love for Our (Plastic) Ocean Recently I have been thinking about the path I have taken to become a Healthy Watersheds Intern at The Watershed Project, and also about how my work now is not far from my lofty childhood plans to save the ocean.
An Intern’s Take on Coastal Cleanup Day
What’s in Your Watershed? Part snake, part lizard-- skinks are slithering in a watershed near you. Find out the amazing live-saving trick they can pull when in a pinch.
The Slinky Skink