Latest Baykeeper News and Information

E News: August 25, 2010
Swimmers Traverse the Golden Gate for San Francisco Baykeeper Oil Spill Disaster in the Gulf Continues, Despite Sealed Well Join Baykeeper's Bike Rally for Healthy Oceans – Thurs, Sept 9 Bring Your Own Bag & Support Baykeeper at Whole Foods Franklin Volunteer with Baykeeper for Coastal...
BK In The News: August 15, 2010
Leaders of San Francisco Bay's fishing fleet say they're both perplexed and frustrated with state and federal oil spill authorities.
BK In The News: August 11, 2010
On August 3, 2010, five Dolphin Club members swam the inaugural Golden Gate Medley Swim (GGMS) to raise $10,000 for San Francisco Baykeeper, the nonprofit pollution watchdog for San Francisco Bay.
BK In The News: August 2, 2010
Starting next July, sewer rates for residents within the Richmond Municipal Sewer District will go up 5 percent annually until July 2014.  In 2006, Baykeeper filed a lawsuit stating that the city of Richmond had been spilling hundreds of thousands of gallons of raw sewage into the bay every...
BK In The News: August 2, 2010
When Vic Pizarro heard that a group of his fellow Dolphin Club swimmers had a plan to swim four laps each across the Golden Gate as a fundraiser for the organization that protects the health of San Francisco Bay, he knew he wanted to join the cause.
Monthly Column: August 1, 2010
Summertime is here and if you’re like me, you’re spending more time on the water with longer, warmer days. As Bay Area residents flock to recreational hotspots along our shorelines, they may be unaware that their boating plans can have an impact on the Bay’s environment. Whether you’re in...
E News: July 21, 2010
Baykeeper Secures Agreement to Reduce Millbrae Sewage Spills Baykeeper Continues Gulf Oil Spill Response Initiative Volunteers Needed for Invasive Kelp Removal this Saturday, July 24 Art Show to Benefit Baykeeper on Friday, July 30 TransBay Relay Benefit Swim for Baykeeper, Sunday,...
Press Release: July 14, 2010
Frequent sewage spills in Millbrae will soon be dramatically reduced through a new agreement between San Francisco Baykeeper and the City of Millbrae. The pollution watchdog group sued the City last December after public records revealed that Millbrae spills thousands of gallons of raw sewage...
Monthly Column: July 10, 2010
Due to the efforts of San Francisco Baykeeper, Arc Ecology and Natural Resources Defense Council, the decaying, toxic vessels of the Ghost Fleet will soon haunt the waters of Suisun Bay no longer. In an important victory for the health of San Francisco Bay and for the diverse range of animals that...
Press Release: June 23, 2010
Mayor Gavin Newsom, Sierra Club Chairman Carl Pope, and leaders from environmental organizations today challenged Texas oil companies for bankrolling a November ballot proposition that will repeal the state’s clean energy and clean air standards. The measure, which qualified for the ballot late...

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