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Welcome to Humboldt Baykeeper
Statement on Trump’s Offshore Oil Drilling Plan

The Trump administration announced that it would open offshore oil drilling for nearly all continental waters in the United States, including here along our North Coast.

 

Trump will have to go through us first. Our organizations, the Environmental Protection Information Center (EPIC), Humboldt Baykeeper, and the Northcoast Environmental Center, pledge that we will do everything in our power to fight offshore oil and gas development in Northern California.

 

Stay tuned for ways you can help us fight this reckless plan!

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Ocean Night, Thursday, Jan. 11: Oil on Ice

This month's feature is Oil on Ice, a film about the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and its long, controversial battle with resource extraction. 

 

Surf film TBA!

 

Photo of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge by Hillebrand/USFWS


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Safety Tips for Cleaning & Cooking Dungeness Crab

Learn how to avoid domoic acid and other toxins

This year's Dungeness crab season is finally under way! With last year's unsafe domoic acid levels, health department officials continue to recommend not eating the internal organs (known as crab butter) which concentrated toxins, including dioxins and PCBs.

Click HERE to download the brochure explaining this simple method.

 
California Redwood Company, Humboldt Baykeeper settle bay pollution lawsuit
Written by Will Houston, Times-Standard   

10/26/17 - California Redwood Company has entered into a four-year agreement with the Arcata-based environmental nonprofit Humboldt Baykeeper in order to drop a federal lawsuit alleging the company violated the Clean Water Act, according to a joint announcement this week.

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King Tide Photo Initiative, 2017-18

The highest tides this winter - known as King Tides - will occur on Dec. 4-5 and Jan. 1-2. To help document this year’s King Tide, all you need is a camera or a smartphone. Submit photos to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Be very cautious of rising water, eroding shoreline, flooded roadways, and high winds during any extreme high tide events. 

Photo: View from the Del Norte Street Pier in Eureka by J. Kalt.

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Humboldt Waste Management Authority settles with Humboldt Baykeeper in bay pollution lawsuit
Written by Will Houston, Times-Standard   

11/19/17 - Humboldt Baykeeper and the Humboldt Waste Management Authority recently reached a settlement agreement in a federal lawsuit that claimed the waste company was allowing polluted stormwater to enter Humboldt Bay and the Palco Marsh.

 

Humboldt Baykeeper’s pollution claims contested a November 2016 inspection by the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board...

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2017 Bay Tour Season Highlights

Humboldt Baykeeper offers free, docent-led tours of the bay by motorboat, kayak, or canoe for youth, elders, and everyone in between. This year we also offered tours for teens, kids aged 8 to 12 in the City of Eureka’s summer day camp, and students in English as a Second Language classes. 

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