Alastair Bland

Alastair Bland

Alastair Bland is a reporter and journalist born, raised, and residing in San Francisco. As much a cyclist as he is an eater and drinker, Alastair regularly pedals up Mount Diablo and usually hunts up a good East Bay beer on the way home.

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Purina? That's for Pussies! Purina? That's for Pussies! A growing movement of dog and, occasionally, cat owners aims to give pets a more natural diet of raw flesh and bones. November 15, 2006
New Rules Threaten Small Fishermen New Rules Threaten Small Fishermen Locals say a system designed to share the ocean's wealth will send them into bankruptcy, and privatize the public waterways. January 26, 2011
The Big One: Scientists Say the East Bay is Overdue for the Largest Earthquake in Centuries. And We're Not Prepared. The Big One: Scientists Say the East Bay is Overdue for the Largest Earthquake in Centuries. And We're Not Prepared. A Hayward Fault shaker will be way, way worse than 1989's Loma Prieta quake. July 26, 2016
The Truth about Toothfish The Truth about Toothfish As if ordering a meal isn't tough enough, a federal researcher now says Chilean sea bass overfishing claims are exaggerated. May 24, 2006
Oakland Organic Gardener Wins Battle Against Roundup Oakland Organic Gardener Wins Battle Against Roundup Diane Williams fought for two years to stop Oakland Unified from spraying the likely carcinogenic herbicide. And, finally, she was vindicated. October 10, 2018
The Baby Salmon Feeding Frenzy in San Pablo Bay The Baby Salmon Feeding Frenzy in San Pablo Bay Smolts are being devoured by striped bass and sea birds under a controversial state program designed to re-establish the chinook salmon fishery. April 28, 2010

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