SF Estuary Partnership – 11/2 Implementation Committee Meeting

The materials for the November 2 IC meeting are now available at http://www.sfestuary.org/pages/ICmaterials.php . If you have any trouble accessing the materials, please contact Athena Honore at ahonore@waterboards.ca.gov. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 2 from 9:30 to 12:30 at 1515 Clay Street in Room 10 on the 2nd Floor.

SF Baykeeper Comments on Recent BPC Workshop

(October 6, 2011) SF Baykeeper, Ian Wren, blogs about the approval of the BCDC Bay Plan Amendments addressing sea-level rise.  Ian mentions his attendance and experience at the recent Bay Planning Coalition workshop on September 14.  Read the SF Baykeeper blog.

Job Posting: Fish Culture of Endangered Species and Research

UC Davis College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences announces a job posting for a Junior Specialist in Fish Culture of Endangered Species and Research.  For more information, check out: http://caes.ucdavis.edu/facstaff/asp/openfacpos/junior-specialist-fish-culture-of-endangered-species-and-research?searchterm=fish+cult.

Port of Redwood City Launches Twitter Account

Check out Port of Redwood City’s twitter account: http://twitter.com/RedwoodCityPort

ENS Weekly Washington Update 10/21/11

    Senate EPW Plans Mark Up of Surface Transportation Reauthorization Senate Struggles to Move Appropriations Package Senate Defeats Effort to Move Limited Jobs Bill Senate Hearing on Shale Gas Production Impacts on Drinking Water  Read the ENS Weekly Update 10-21-2011

Wells Fargo Weekly Economic & Financial Commentary 10/21/11

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Governor signs Bill Requiring Economic Analysis of Regulations

(October 7, 2011) Governor Brown has signed into law a California Chamber of Commerce-supported bill that, among other things, requires a standard economic impact analysis for major regulations at the beginning of the regulatory process.  Read more on the Cal Chamber of Commerce website.

Interagency Ecological Program Spring 2011 Newsletter

The IEP Newsletter is a quarterly publication that provides IEP program and science highlights as well as in-depth articles on important scientific topics for resource managers, scientists, and the public. The spring issue of the IEP Newsletter provides an annual overview of important results from all IEP monitoring programs and associated studies.  Check out the […]

Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Hearing 10/26

The Economic Importance of Seaports: Is the United States Prepared for 21st Century Trade Realities? 2167 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington DCOctober 26, 2011 This hearing of the Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment is scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m. (EST) and will be webcast live.

South Bay Salt Pond Restoration – October Newsletter

Read the October Newsletter.