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U.S. Mine Corp withdraws Samoa Pulp Mill site proposal
Written by Juniper Rose, Times Standard   

3/10/15


Time commitment, monetary risks and public outcry led the U.S. Mine Corp to pull out of negotiations for leasing a section of the Samoa Pulp Mill site during the early stages.

 

“We were able to do some more research and take a more specific look at costs, permitting and timelines for agency approval and public approval,” US Mine Corp general manager Guy Reed said. “We just felt it was a risk the company wasn’t willing to take.”

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Hikshari’ Trail Tour for Native Plant Week, Sun. Apr. 12

Humboldt Baykeeper and Hikshari’ Trail Stewards invite the public to “Native vs. Non-Native Plants at the Edge of the Bay,” a free tour of Eureka's Hikshari’ Trail in celebration of Native Plant Week. Docent Susan Penn will share plants, ecology, and local history along a 3/4-mile section of this level trail. Meet the succulent pickleweed, the dreaded poison hemlock, and the cheerful seaside daisy.

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Humboldt Bay Sea Level Rise Inundation Mapping

Inundation maps were developed by Jeff Anderson of Northern Hydrology & Engineering for the Humboldt Bay Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment Project. The maps show areas vulnerable to existing and future sea levels that are currently protected from inundation due to the natural shoreline, dikes or berms, and railroad or road grades.

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Only Rain Down the Storm Drain!

Can you find six activities that contribute to stormwater pollution?

Humboldt Bay is closer than you think - anything that goes down the storm drains on your street flows into creeks and eventually into the Bay.


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Earth Day Cleanup & Hoedown, Sat. April 25

Love the Earth but frustrated by the deluge of garbage on it? Do your part to clean it up by kayaking out to Indian Island on Humboldt Bay for Earth Day. Humboldt Baykeeper has partnered with the HSU Aquatic Center to provide you with all the necessaries (kayak, safety vest, wetsuit, trained guide) for free to get you out to the island. No experience needed! Already have a kayak? Great! Meet us down at the dock to paddle out.

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Year-End Fundraising Goal Surpassed!

Thanks to many individual supporters and the $10,000 challenge grant from Coast Seafoods, Humboldt Baykeeper surpassed our year-end fundraising goal with a total of $30,000 of donations to support our water quality program in the coming year. Special thanks to Coast Seafoods for doubling our impact! As the largest oyster grower in Humboldt Bay, Coast Seafoods knows the importance of clean water - not just for oysters, but for the health of our entire community.  

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Regional board recommends 6 North Coast waterways for impairment listing
Written by Will Houston, Times-Standard   

8/15/14

The North Coast Regional Wa­ter Quality Board on Thursday recommended that six local wa­terways be federally listed as im­paired due to high fecal bacteria concentrations, paving the way for those streams and rivers to obtain government-backed pol­lution control plans. “I’m pleased that the regional board took this action, which is a first step to addressing water quality impairments in the North Coast region,” board Executive Of­ficer Matt St. John said.

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