• Nate Seltenrich

    is a freelance science and environmental journalist who contributes to Environmental Health Perspectives, Environmental Health News, Sonoma magazine, and other regional and national websites and publications, on topics ranging from environmental health and climate change to ecology and biology. He lives in Petaluma with his wife, two boys, and four egg-laying ducks.

Nozzle used to apply sediment at Seal Beach (note the one pictured is elliptical as recommended for future applications. Photo courtesy USFWS.

Three Ways to Feed the Marsh

Seal Beach is drowning. As a result of sea-level rise, subsidence, and limited sediment supply, much of the 920-acre National Wildlife Refuge in Orange County c... Read more.