The Tam News

Oat Milk Outrage

(Claire Conger)

By Claire Conger

September 20, 2020

After learning of Oatly's less than savory partnership with Blackstone, I've turned my back on the brand in favor of Califa Farms.

COVID-19: A manmade disaster

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By Samantha Glocker

April 19, 2020

Although the coronavirus has many possible origins, there is evidence that wet markets play a part in the spread of disease.

Feng Shui Used in a Corporate Environment

November 25, 2014

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Ocean Conservation Club Combats Seal Hunt

Ocean Conservation Club Combats Seal Hunt

By Sammy Herdman

February 13, 2014

The Ocean Conservation Club is currently focussing on ending the Canadian seal hunt. Junior Taylor Bratton, club president and organizer, hosts meetings in April Tucker’s marine science classroom to spread awareness about issues involving the ocean, share ideas and inspire club members to help protect...

Old Mill Creek Suffers Sewage Spill

Old Mill Creek Suffers Sewage Spill

By Holly Parkin

February 12, 2014

At least 200 gallons of sewage spilled into Old Mill Creek in the area between Cascade Drive and Molino Avenue due to a blocked sewer line on January 20. Southern Marin Fire Department Battalion Chief Matt Barnes told ABC Local News that some of the sewage leaked into the creek but was ultimately contain...

Dumpster diving: common sense conservation

By Emma Sandrolini

December 8, 2011

When I first heard the term “dumpster diving” I thought it was a recreational activity where people jump into dumpsters. For those who don’t know, dumpster diving is when people raid dumpsters and find valuable items such as furniture, food, etc. With the environment and the economy in the dumps...