Last winter Estuary News offered “a gnarly assignment”: to write a sort of guidebook to the labyrinth of plans and agencies devoted to the health of San Francisco Bay and its inseparable twin, the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. Two Hearts Beating Not Quite as One appears in the June issue. Fifty years after the first Save the Bay campaign, how are we doing? Pretty well in some places, with regard to some problems. Not so well elsewhere. The sheer number of players and diverse authorities makes action harder. A newly recognized problem, sea level rise, adds to the pressure on us all.