A ribbon-cutting was held Saturday for the new Kains Avenue Park, but the park’s opening to the public is still a ways off.
A restoration project on the Berkeley-Albany border on Monday was part of an effort to create a space for people to enjoy the creekside while establishing greater biodiversity.
The runoff caused a milky hue due to natural sediment flowing into the streambed.
The green infrastructure project is part of a $4 million effort across the East Bay to clean dirty rainwater.
In the final episode of our five-part Edge Of Extinction video series we talk to experts about the impressive but endangered steelhead trout.
More than 60 steelhead trout were killed in Berkeley’s Codornices Creek recently, likely as a result of 20 gallons of foam retardant used to extinguish a garbage truck fire in early April, authorities report.
One community member surveyed the area from Eighth Street to San Pablo Avenue “and photographed around 60+ dead fish” after firefighters had to use foam to put out a garbage truck fire on Rose Street on Wednesday.