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May 10 – San Diego Coastkeeper Invites Residents to Ditch the Foam at Signs of the Tide on Thursday

Experts to discuss environmental, health, economic risks of Styrofoam™ food containers SAN DIEGO, May 29, 2012 – This Thursday, San Diego Coastkeeper invites residents to learn from experts about human and environmental risks associated with Stryrofoam™ food containers at its Signs of the Tide: Dig the Food, Not The Foam event. At Coastkeeper’s Signs of […]

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March 22 – San Diego Coastkeeper Hosts 5th Annual Walk the Watershed on March 31

Supervisor Cox, Councilmember Alvarez to visit event in Otay Valley Regional Park   SAN DIEGO, March 22, 2012 – On March 31 from 9 a.m. – noon, San Diego Coastkeeper combines education, outdoor exploration and restoration during its 5th Annual Walk the Watershed at Otay Valley Regional Park. The free event will engage participants with […]

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2010 Annual Report

Thank you for reading our first digital annual report. We’re excited that this new format saves us money and reduces our carbon footprint. To view the report in full screen, please click here. To download a PDF, please click here.  

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Signs of the Tide: Is Mission Bay Gross?

On Thursday, May 12 from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. we examined water quality health in Mission Bay. Our panel of experts explored its ecosystem, how we changed and developed it, important factors regarding water quality and steps we can take to improve it. Check out the presentations from our speakers: Rob Hutsel, Executive Director […]

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Signs of the Tide: The Great Trash Migration

The Great Trash Migration Estimates show that 80% of marine debris starts on land. Our Signs of the Tide on Wednesday, March 9 from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. discussed how much of San Diego’s litter originates inland and what travels to our beaches,explored the history and future of trash regulations in our region and […]

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Signs of the Tide: San Diego’s Thirst for Water

San Diego’s Thirst for Water The Upper Colorado River and the Sacramento-San Joaquin River System are two of America’s Most Endangered Rivers™, yet these systems provide the San Diego region with nearly 80 percent of our water. We’re in a drought and our yearly average rainfall along the coast is less than 10 inches. More […]

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