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The Fabulous Hendershots

Bruce and Beth Hendershot are rockstars. The dynamic duo makes up half of our Lower Escondido Creek water monitoring team, a group of four individuals who met through our Water Quality Monitoring program and decided …

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17th Annual Seaside Soiree Raises $30,000!

Wow! The Seaside Soiree was a lot of fun and a huge success. It was great to talk to you about your vision for fishable, swimmable and drinkable waters in San Diego County. Kristine Gallagher and …

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2014 Seaside Soiree Auction List: more prizes than you can shake a fish at

This year’s Seaside Soiree will feature the following incredible prize packages for auction. If you haven’t bought your tickets yet, buy them now here! Food. Drinks. Fishy Dance Moves.September 10, 2014.6pm – 9pmScripps Seaside Forum#seasidesoiree …

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Cultivating Stewardship Downtown

After a long time on the waiting list, my mother and I received custody of a large wooden box full of dirt that sits in an old vacant parking lot in East Village. We were …

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Five Ways to Make a Difference

Looking for an easy way to help improve San Diego’s beaches, bays and rivers? Here at San Diego Coastkeeper, we take tremendous pride in our efforts to protect our fishable, swimmable and drinkable water in …

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#SwimmableSD Photo Contest

Swimmable Water Weekend is back! July 25 – 27 is a weekend to celebrate clean water by visiting your favorite beach. To celebrate this year, we are hosting a contest on Instagram:#swimmableSD. How do you …

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The Power of Confluence

  We don’t have big rivers. (Head nod to San Diego River Park Foundation, The Escondido Creek Conservancy and their brethren.) We don’t have big rivers like Pittsburgh. For four and a half days recently, Matt and …

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Allow us to Introduce our 2014 Coastal Champions

It’s a challenge that we accept every World Oceans Day–it’s never easy and it gets harder every year. But it’s a challenge we hold close to our heart anyway. What is it, you might ask? …

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Equinox Center Releases 2013 Dashboard, Talks Region’s Waters

Each year San Diego’s Equinox Center releases a Quality of Life Dashboard which analyzes the area’s environment, economy and communities for the year. As a San Diegan and San Diego Coastkeeper Waterkeeper, I am grateful …

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Tank that Leak: A Quick Fix to Save Water

“Fix A Leak Week” ended. I’m pretty sure that some of us still have a leak or two that can be fixed, though, and that will save thousands upon thousands of gallons of water. So, …

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The Fabulous Hendershots

Bruce and Beth Hendershot are rockstars. The dynamic duo makes up half of our Lower Escondido Creek water monitoring team, a group of four individuals who met through our Water Quality Monitoring program and decided …

Read More

17th Annual Seaside Soiree Raises $30,000!

Wow! The Seaside Soiree was a lot of fun and a huge success. It was great to talk to you about your vision for fishable, swimmable and drinkable waters in San Diego County. Kristine Gallagher and …

Read More

2014 Seaside Soiree Auction List: more prizes than you can shake a fish at

This year’s Seaside Soiree will feature the following incredible prize packages for auction. If you haven’t bought your tickets yet, buy them now here! Food. Drinks. Fishy Dance Moves.September 10, 2014.6pm – 9pmScripps Seaside Forum#seasidesoiree …

Read More

Cultivating Stewardship Downtown

After a long time on the waiting list, my mother and I received custody of a large wooden box full of dirt that sits in an old vacant parking lot in East Village. We were …

Read More

Five Ways to Make a Difference

Looking for an easy way to help improve San Diego’s beaches, bays and rivers? Here at San Diego Coastkeeper, we take tremendous pride in our efforts to protect our fishable, swimmable and drinkable water in …

Read More

#SwimmableSD Photo Contest

Swimmable Water Weekend is back! July 25 – 27 is a weekend to celebrate clean water by visiting your favorite beach. To celebrate this year, we are hosting a contest on Instagram:#swimmableSD. How do you …

Read More

The Power of Confluence

  We don’t have big rivers. (Head nod to San Diego River Park Foundation, The Escondido Creek Conservancy and their brethren.) We don’t have big rivers like Pittsburgh. For four and a half days recently, Matt and …

Read More

Allow us to Introduce our 2014 Coastal Champions

It’s a challenge that we accept every World Oceans Day–it’s never easy and it gets harder every year. But it’s a challenge we hold close to our heart anyway. What is it, you might ask? …

Read More

Equinox Center Releases 2013 Dashboard, Talks Region’s Waters

Each year San Diego’s Equinox Center releases a Quality of Life Dashboard which analyzes the area’s environment, economy and communities for the year. As a San Diegan and San Diego Coastkeeper Waterkeeper, I am grateful …

Read More

Tank that Leak: A Quick Fix to Save Water

“Fix A Leak Week” ended. I’m pretty sure that some of us still have a leak or two that can be fixed, though, and that will save thousands upon thousands of gallons of water. So, …

Read More