When Brian Johnson began planning to sell the vacant lot he owns in Stinson Beach, he knew a septic upgrade was the first order of business. The property at 21 Calle del Onda had been in the family since the 1930s,
As a new decision approaches for a much-criticized plan to drop rodent poison on the South Farallon Islands, a group of activists have coalesced around an unlikely flash point: an enigmatic array of stones in the Point Reyes National Seashore.
Heavy rainfall flooded the Stinson Beach parking lots in October, highlighting the need for rehabilitation by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. The agency says frequent submersion of the lots is guiding a new project whose goals and objectives are open for public comment through Dec.
Rosalie Laird, who co-owned the Point Reyes Light for a brief period in the 1980s before reneging on her purchase agreement and returning the paper to its former publishers,
Thanksgiving: What a precious day. How did you spend it? Many of us are fortunate to be given the day off work, and many of us spend it with family,
Sarah Hake’s stride is quick and assertive as she walks across Gospel Flat Farm, named for when several churches stood along this flatland stretch of Bolinas. In her hand,