• Amy Mayer

    is a science journalist based in the Bay Area. She writes about ecology, agriculture and climate science and spent many years working in public radio. An alum of the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, she began her post-grad school career in Fairbanks, Alaska and has also worked in western Massachusetts and central Iowa. In 2022 she was selected as the lead science communicator aboard the JOIDES Resolution research vessel. She lives on a hill that on a clear day offers views of the Bay and Mt. Diablo.

Workers plumb a well. Photo: Matt Dolkas.

Sinking and Sharing a New Well

A new well will allow the North Marin Water District to transition away from aging wells situated where high tides (and rising sea level) can cause increased s... Read more.