VIDEO. From The Coastside Land Trust lecture series on November 13th, 2021. Zara McDonald, founder of Felidae Conservation Fund, joins the Coastside Land Trust community webinar series to talk about the wildcats of Coastal San Mateo. Within this talk, we learn about their biology, physiology, and the ecological niche they fill. We also explore […]
OWN VOICE. ~ InPerspective by Gregg Dieguez — You’ve heard me say “We get the Government we deserve.” Well, it seems like a good time to fix a few things. Here are some things We (You) can do. Footnotes: to use, click the bracketed number and then click your browser Back button to return to […]
A BIG NEW COASTSIDE IDEA. Danger Will Robinson!!! Look at the wet sand. Look at the dry sand. No room to run as high tide comes in…or a storm rogue wave. Most people just do not understand the ocean. Signs don’t work. Only one-on-one human interaction will inform visitors. This photo explains everything. See all […]
RIBBON CUTTING. Event took place Wednesday, November 10th, 2021 at 10:30am at the Pillar Point Harbor Launch Ramp. San Mateo County Harbor District Press release: On October 15, 2021 the San Mateo County Harbor District received a Coastal Development Permit Waiver for the installation of three emergency life ring buoy stations (LRBS) within Pillar Point […]
OWN VOICE. ~ InPerspective by Gregg Dieguez (and lots of concerned residents) — There has been a recent spike in a longstanding concern mid-Coast: noise from the HMB airport. But there is more to the story than noise, and it’s a complex topic. I offer this article as a starting point for discussion and understanding, […]
VIDEO. In the Spring of this past year, Senior Coastsiders worked with a graduate student at Stanford University in the Community Health and Prevention Research Program who was interested in learning about the experience of older adults during Covid-19. That study is now complete and a presentation on the findings happened Tuesday, November 2nd, 2021.
OWN VOICE. ~ InPerspective by Gregg Dieguez — Pacifica just had one of the worst sewer spills in County history, topped only by its 2008 disaster. Most of what I’m about to tell you comes from Pacifica resident reports, but it is substantiated by data from the California State Water Resources Control Board. Footnotes: to […]