Will Houston, Marin IJ

Will Houston

Marin IJ

Arcata, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Marin IJ
  • East Bay Times
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • Vallejo Times-Herald
Past:
  • The Daily Democrat
  • Times-Standard
  • ChicoER
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • Mercury-Register
  • LakeCountyRecordBee
  • The Cannifornian
  • The Cannabist

Recent articles by Will:

North Marin Water District explores new supply options for Novato

The utility is looking into two projects to increase storage and drinking water production at its only reservoir, Stafford Lake. → Read More

Dipsea Trail bridge project gains momentum

The National Park Service says it has completed a design for a long-sought crossing at Redwood Creek in the Muir Woods National Monument. → Read More

Marin creek sees endangered salmon return after decade-long absence

National Park Service biologists say they have found the largest number of coho salmon in Pine Gulch Creek since it began monitoring 21 years ago. → Read More

Marin creek sees endangered salmon return after decade-long absence

National Park Service biologists say they have found the largest number of coho salmon in Pine Gulch Creek since it began monitoring 21 years ago. → Read More

Marin creek sees endangered salmon return after decade-long absence

National Park Service biologists say they have found the largest number of endangered coho salmon in Pine Gulch Creek since it began monitoring 21 years ago. → Read More

San Francisco Bay restoration plan updated amid funding surge

The five-year blueprint calls for more climate adaptation projects and greater attention to equity issues around the massive estuary. → Read More

San Francisco Bay restoration plan updated amid funding surge

The five-year blueprint calls for more climate adaptation projects and greater attention to equity issues around the massive estuary. → Read More

Marin Municipal Water District weighs conservation costs

The utility estimates it can reduce demand with wireless meters and rebates to replace turf or install water-saving upgrades at homes. → Read More

Marin transit providers plan no mask mandate amid COVID spike

SMART, Marin Transit, Golden Gate Transit and Golden Gate Ferry are recommending facial coverings but not requiring them. → Read More

Talks on Highway 37’s future underway as sea-level threat looms

Officials, planners and environmentalists differ on whether to temporarily widen the road or reconstruct it as an elevated causeway. → Read More

Talks on Highway 37’s future underway as sea-level threat looms

Officials, planners and environmentalists differ on whether to temporarily widen the road or reconstruct it as an elevated causeway. → Read More

Talks on Highway 37’s future underway as sea-level threat looms

Officials, planners and environmentalists differ on whether to temporarily widen the road or reconstruct it as an elevated causeway. → Read More

Novato board advances housing project for homeless

The Planning Commission is recommending that the city approve Homeward Bound of Marin’s 50-apartment project in the Hamilton neighborhood. → Read More

Bay Area ship removes 96 tons of trash from Pacific Ocean

The Ocean Voyages Institute has been sailing to the giant garbage patch in the Pacific Ocean since 2009. → Read More

Sausalito ship removes 96 tons of trash from Pacific Ocean

The Ocean Voyages Institute has been sailing to the giant garbage patch in the Pacific Ocean since 2009. → Read More

Novato, homeless reach settlement on anti-camping rules

The city has agreed to retain its sanctioned campground at Lee Gerner Park for at least two more years. → Read More

SMART reports 83% ridership boost since start of 2022

The rail service says it had about 41,500 passengers in June compared to 22,700 in January. → Read More

Marin projects stand to gain $4.5M from federal bill

Legislation approved by the House of Representatives would provide an influx of funding for homeless veterans’ housing, rail transit and electric vehicle charging stations. → Read More

Marin water officials scrutinize costs for bigger reservoirs, new pipelines

Marin Municipal Water District officials weighed the pros and cons of several options in their quest to augment supply. → Read More

Marin unemployment rate ticks up in June

The 2.2% rate last month was up slightly from the record low of 1.8% in May, according to state data released Friday. → Read More