Members of the Elkhorn Slough Foundation receive our quarterly newsletter. Below you will find a selection of articles from past issues.
In the plant world timing is everything. Temperature and moisture must be just right for plants to grow, and these criteria vary with the changing seasons. For Stewardship Specialist Bree Candiloro, this means paying careful attention to the natural world around her... Read more.
When you think of protecting a watershed, you might think of the work the Foundation does daily.
The construction of the Parsons Slough sill is complete.
Land management requires forward thinking and takes great patience. It is an incremental process with results measured in years, not weeks or months.
Each day Elkhorn Slough buzzes with excitement. Researchers collect water samples, school children explore the trails, and stewardship staff plant native grasses.
Standing atop ESF’s Sala property, one is encircled by maritime chaparral. The healthy habitat includes a variety of manzanita species and provides an ideal home for birds, insects, and other small creatures. Read more.
The class watched in awe as a red tailed hawk soared above the Elkhorn Slough. The hawk swooped and glided across the clear blue sky. Just a few hours later a Cladonema radiatum, a tiny jellyfish, floated by... Read more.
Since late 2007 the Elkhorn Slough Foundation completed the protection of seven additional properties (268 more acres) in the Elkhorn Slough watershed. Each acquisition was uniquely structured with the goal of protecting land... Read more.