In the news…

Items of interest to those who care about the environment…

 

Point Reyes Light, 20 July, 2017
Shellfish growers may write best practices

Marin Independent Journal – 17 July, 2017
Tomales Bay aquaculture operations focus of state hearing

Press Democrat, 14 July, 2017
Shellfish farming rules to be discussed at Tomales Bay meeting

Point Reyes Light, 23 February, 2017
Dillon Beach man seeks new oyster lease in Tomales Bay

Point Reyes Light, 30 June, 2016
Point Reyes Oyster’s lease renewed, but stricter regulations to come, says commission

Point Reyes Light, 13 August, 2015
Debris spurs shellfish changes

Point Reyes Light, 16 April, 2015
State bodies will examine debris in Tomales Bay

Point Reyes Light, 20 March, 2015
One man’s efforts may change oystering on bay

Press Democrat, 8 January, 2015
Shellfish, litter add to Point Reyes cleanup following Drakes Bay Oyster Co. pullout

KCBS Radio 740 AM, 7 December, 2014 – Interview with Dave Padilla

Press Democrat, 7 December, 2014
Removing decades of underwater debris part of cleanup after farm’s closure

KCET Public Television, Los Angeles, August 2014
Trash, Invasive Species Left Behind as Controversial Oyster Farm Closes

Bay Nature Magazine, Jan-Feb 2014
The Wild Life of a Coastodian: An Interview with Richard James

Bay Nature Magazine, 6 January, 2014
The Man Who Sees the Trash

Marin Independent Journal – 4 April, 2011
National Parks Traveler, Park City UT – 28 March, 2011

The News Tribune, Tacoma WA – 24 March, 2011

National Park Service, Washington DC – 24 March, 2011

4 thoughts on “In the news…

  1. We would love to have at least one of your bottle sculptures at Marin Arts Council in our upcoming exhibit, “Pop Art”. Art that is inspired by popular culture, and your work has great significance at this time in our history. It reminds me of the giant sculptures of Claus Oldenburg, but with a current message. Would you like to show one of these in the Gallery? We need it soon!

    -Colleen
    colleen@marinarts.org

    • Marin Arts Council Gallery, 906 4th Street, San Rafael, CA
      Art delivery for the exhibit is this Friday, beginning at 11am. Hope you can join our exhibit and share your message! Thank you!

  2. I appreciate that you shared your knowledge of salmon runs on Lagunitas Creek today. It made my trip worthwhile. I’m so impressed by your bottle sculpture. Keep on truckin’.
    Bill

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