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Protecting the Environment in Santa Clara County (ABC Local News)

Events held around Bay Area in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (KTVU news article and video clip)


Kit Gordon’s Native Habitat

Hillview Environmental Club works to stabilize banks of San Francisquito Creek

Checking out our local water

Listen Up Bay Area Interview with Gerry Dove: Grassroots Ecology

Invasion of stinkwort worries environmentalists: Open space managers battle to keep weed from taking over

How Los Altos Hills took on an invader: Town and residents fight to control a noxious weed


Restoring Open Space Preserves

Stanford’s Community Partnership Awards honor three service programs

City of Cupertino Recognizes Grassroots Ecology for McClellan Ranch Meadow Enhancement Project (video)

Grassroots Ecology "Youth Stewards at Stulsaft Park" video wins 2nd prize in 2017 Climate Action Film Contest, San Francisco Green Film Festival


Youth Stewards at Stulsaft Park (2 minute video)

KPIX news spot: Bay Area nurseries are making progress defending against a deadly water mold called Phytophthora that keeps spreading

Native-plant nurseries seek to combat Phytophthora

Can local land managers, nurseries stop the spread of a deadly plant disease?

A visit to The Hawthorns, a bit of history hiding in plain sight in Portola Valley

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: A new environmental organization with a long track record

Santa Clara County: Stevens Creek volunteers help check its waters

A new Environmental Education Center is coming to Cooley Landing


Area Environmental Group Wins Wells Fargo and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Grant

Silicon Valley group names water conservation award winners

Chamber, Weekly announce tall tree awards


Byrne Brigade clears the way for native plants

Residents monitor Matadero Creek

Field work: Offering youth a natural way to learn and lead


Barrier Removed From Peninsula Creek Allows Endangered Fish To Migrate

Philanthropy Series — Symantec Teams Up With Acterra to Bring Native Plant Garden to Mountain View Headquarters

Creek project will help endangered fish run free

Interview with a Water Warrior

Volunteer service at Redwood Grove provides dual benefits


Eco-Sculpture Helps Restore Adobe Creek


Volunteers Clean Up the Creek

Restoration at Redwood Park in Los Altos

Nectar From Above


Redwood Grove rehab progresses

Teens restore a redwood grove (Video, 4:21)

Lawn gone: Workshop deals with replacing grass with native plants


City council signs agreement to restore Redwood Grove