Nov 30, 2021 | Elkhorn Slough, California, Reserves, Talk NERRdy to Me
Talk NERRdy to Me is a monthly column about leaders and luminaries from across our 29—soon to be 30—Reserves. This month, NERRA’s correspondent-at-large Nik Charov interviewed Dr. Kerstin Wasson, research coordinator at the Elkhorn Slough Reserve. They talked about marsh making, work marriages, ungrateful and grateful children, Indigenous knowledge, and the non-monetary valuations of mud.
Jul 7, 2020 | Elkhorn Slough, California, Prepared Communities, Reserves, What We Work For
A new program from the Elkhorn Slough foundation is feeding local children and families impacted by COVID-19 stay-at-home order, while supporting organic farmers who grow their crops on Foundation-protected lands.
May 18, 2020 | Elkhorn Slough, California, Healthy Habitats, Reserves, Share your story, What We Work For
Kerstin Wasson, research coordinator of California’s Elkhorn Slough Reserve, shares her story—and how invasive Batillaria snails have been an important part of it across her career, and the Reserve’s history.
Jan 21, 2020 | Elkhorn Slough, California, Healthy Habitats, Reserves, Talk NERRdy to Me
NERRA’s Maine correspondent Nik Charov chats with Mark Silberstein, executive director of California’s Elkhorn Slough Foundation, the capital “F” friends group for the eponymous Reserve.
Jan 2, 2020 | Elkhorn Slough, California, Healthy Habitats, Reserves
New research out of Elkhorn Slough suggests that moving endangered sea otters into San Francisco Bay Estuary could triple the existing population.
Dec 18, 2019 | Elkhorn Slough, California, Healthy Habitats, Reserves
All happy marshes are alike, but every unhappy marsh is unhappy in its own way: this “Anna Karenina” principle was the finding of a recent study on marsh resilience conducted by Elkhorn Slough staff.