Deborah Sullivan Brennan


Deborah Brennan joined The San Diego Union-Tribune in 2012 as an environment reporter. She writes about air quality, water supply, marine protection, wildlife and endangered species. She has previously covered environment, local government and higher education for the North County Times, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Daily News and other Southern California newspapers. She earned a master's in journalism from U.C. Berkeley.

Recent Articles

  • Encinitas farm stand provides pay-what-you-can organics

    Encinitas farm stand provides pay-what-you-can organics

    The produce stand at Coastal Roots farm offered a colorful array of organic fruits and vegetables on Thursday, with heirloom tomatoes, lettuce, cucumbers and other goods, all at market prices - unless you can't afford it. In that case, the fresh-picked veggies are available for whatever you can...