That's what we said to Mayor Faulconer upon news that the statewide ban was challenged.
There's truth in our numbers--check out these two infographics to see what we accomplished last year.
New video shows how our wetlands soak king tides like a sponge.
Our 4th Annual Ocean Commotion takes place on April 18 at Campland on the Bay. Buy your tickets today.
A new report released this month shows that San Diego County's water use has increased, despite emergency drought conditions. We weighed in with solutions.
Governor Brown says he doesn't support statewide restrictions. Click to read if what's in place is working.
San Diego Coastkeeper's efforts have helped to reduce the number of sewage spills by 90% since 2001.
The most important number to San Diego Coastkeeper is the power of one—you. Year in and year out, you are the support and inspiration that keeps us strong.
We proudly share with you our 2014 annual report and invite you to count the ways our team, along with you, improved fishable, swimmable and drinkable waters in San Diego County this year.
We present our annual report in these three parts:
Hear directly from our leadership on their shared joy for all that we've done together and their vision for 2015.
There is truth in numbers. They show the power of our impact—the results of work to improve fishable, swimmable and drinkable waters. Dive in, and count your way through the successes in our 2014 annual report.
It's the people of San Diego Coastkeeper that make us succeed. Set sail with a few key individuals from 2014, and let's look to celebrating 20 years of the people behind Coastkeeper as we head to 2015.
Happy fishing, swimming and drinking,
|Megan Baehrens||Liz Taylor|
|Executive Director||President, Board of Directors|