Los Angeles World Airports, which governs LAX, handles more than just airplane traffic. The agency also manages the LAX Dunes, an approximately 307-acre habitat sandwiched between the airport and the ocean. Within the southern two-thirds of these dunes lies a preserve, home to the largest population of the endangered El Segundo blue butterfly. …So organizations… Continue reading How to See and Help Tiny Blue Butterflies in L.A.
California Live’s Angela Sun dives into details about ‘The Abalone Restoration Project’ as part of The Bay Foundation’s, an L.A.-based non-profit, work to restore and recover endangered species off the Southern California Coast. Learn how abundance of overharvesting is impacting the underwater ecosystem.
ASPN hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham speak with Tom Ford about Santa Monica Bay, project planning in light of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, and national estuaries.
Scientists say there are fewer than 1,000 white abalone in the wild, due in part to overfishing. Watch how The Bay Foundation and several other organizations are on a mission to help bring back the abalone, which the organization says is important to bringing balance to kelp forests which are home to more than 700… Continue reading Nonprofit Helps Restore Endangered Abalone Population
In this episode, which features TBF’s Andrea Carrassi, listeners will navigate the often-confusing waters of boat marine sanitation devices, otherwise known as MSDs, with the help of the CA Clean Vessel Act teams.
Local environmental leaders have voiced their unanimous support for pursuing a slate of new environmental programs in and around the Santa Monica Bay using funds provided by last year’s federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Find out more.
Tom Ford highlights The Bay Foundation’s latest work as well as new research priorities for restoring endemic seagrass as well as dune restoration efforts to combat coastal erosion and sea level rise.
Catch up on November 2021’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) and what that could mean for Santa Monica Bay.
To close out Earth Day celebrations, around 50 volunteers, some from Malibu Middle and High schools, volunteered on Saturday, April 30, for a Malibu Living Shoreline Project (MLSP) organized by the Bay Foundation Dume Restoration, which aims to restore approximately three acres of sandy beach and dune habitat at Zuma Beach and Point Dume Beach.
The Santa Monica Sand Dune Restoration Project has officially been deemed a success; now, The Bay Foundation wants to make it a permanent fixture on the beach just north of the Annenberg Beach House, while also expanding from three to eight acres of protected beach habitat in the area through a second, “phase 2” project.