SMDP kicks off its Year in Review with TBF’s Malibu project.
LAist interviews a number of people in OC around the recent oil spill and the safety of local seafood, and asks several Southern California experts if another oil spill will happen. “Change is coming to Southern California but it’s hard to say what that will look like. Tom Ford, CEO of The Bay Foundation, notes that oil… Continue reading How Did The OC Oil Spill Impact Local Seafood?
The king tides are coming and bringing with them a peek at how rising sea levels will likely impact our coastline by 2100. …Fortunately, the news is not all dire on sea level rise and beach erosion, says TBF’s Tom Ford. The Bay Foundation is working on a nature based solution called the Los Angeles… Continue reading King tides to offer a glimpse at the future of sea level rise
Hundreds of winged and finned friends gathered a few hundred yards off the coast [by the SM Pier] from Lifeguard Tower 20 for a veritable feeding frenzy. Director of the Bay Foundation Tom Ford said that several factors could be working together to bring concentrations of small fish close to local shores.
ABC7’s “Solutions” explores LAX Dunes, discovering some of Southern California’s most endangered species flourishing at the LAX Dunes. . . . ”This isn’t just some sort of fenced-in property, but this is a really vital habitat and restoration is occurring,” said The Bay Foundation’s Chris Enyart.