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Mission Bay Revealed

In 1892, the women of ZLAC Rowing Club first set oar to water and later moved to the club’s current location on Mission Bay. In 1995 San Diego Coastkeeper set about protecting our region’s waters. On …

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Dredging, Drying, Trucking, and Testing: The Ins and Outs of the San Diego Bay Cleanup

Water quality in San Diego Bay may start improving as early as September 15 of this year, when removal of the bay’s toxic sediment, the ground beneath the water, is scheduled to begin. The cleanup …

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Coastkeeper Makes Waves at the Water Board: San Diego Bay Cleanup on Horizon

Yesterday was a big day for San Diego Bay. The San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board issued a waste discharge permit for cleanup at the shipyard sites just south of the Coronado Bridge. This …

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Coastkeeper is Making Sure San Diego Bay Gets Clean

Here is an update on the San Diego Bay Cleanup from student attorney Courtney Cole. To learn more about our legal clinic, click here. Toxic chemicals released during ship building and repair have accumulated in …

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It’s 8 am on the first sunny morning you have seen in a while. All you can think about is loading up your surfboard and beach towel in your car and head to that new …

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Preventing San Diego’s Silent Spring: What can be done about water pollution?

On Wednesday February 6, I had a chance to speak at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in a lecture series on the anniversary of Rachel Carson’s landmark book Silent Spring. I had my first …

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San Luis Rey Watershed

This is the last part in the series of results from our water monitoring lab. If you haven’t read our watershed report, head over here and check it out. In this final entry in our …

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Pueblo Watershed

This is part 3 of a 5 part series of results from our water monitoring lab. If you haven’t read our watershed report, head over here and check it out. In this third part, we …

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Los Peñasquitos

This is part 2 of a 5 part series of results from our water monitoring lab. If you haven’t read our watershed report, head over here and check it out. In this second part, we …

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Maintaining High Quality Data

This is part 1 of a 5 part series of results from our water monitoring lab. If you haven’t read our watershed report, head over here and check it out. In this first part, we …

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Mission Bay Revealed

In 1892, the women of ZLAC Rowing Club first set oar to water and later moved to the club’s current location on Mission Bay. In 1995 San Diego Coastkeeper set about protecting our region’s waters. On …

Read More

Dredging, Drying, Trucking, and Testing: The Ins and Outs of the San Diego Bay Cleanup

Water quality in San Diego Bay may start improving as early as September 15 of this year, when removal of the bay’s toxic sediment, the ground beneath the water, is scheduled to begin. The cleanup …

Read More

Coastkeeper Makes Waves at the Water Board: San Diego Bay Cleanup on Horizon

Yesterday was a big day for San Diego Bay. The San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board issued a waste discharge permit for cleanup at the shipyard sites just south of the Coronado Bridge. This …

Read More

Coastkeeper is Making Sure San Diego Bay Gets Clean

Here is an update on the San Diego Bay Cleanup from student attorney Courtney Cole. To learn more about our legal clinic, click here. Toxic chemicals released during ship building and repair have accumulated in …

Read More

Download Our Swim Guide App

It’s 8 am on the first sunny morning you have seen in a while. All you can think about is loading up your surfboard and beach towel in your car and head to that new …

Read More

Preventing San Diego’s Silent Spring: What can be done about water pollution?

On Wednesday February 6, I had a chance to speak at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in a lecture series on the anniversary of Rachel Carson’s landmark book Silent Spring. I had my first …

Read More

San Luis Rey Watershed

This is the last part in the series of results from our water monitoring lab. If you haven’t read our watershed report, head over here and check it out. In this final entry in our …

Read More

Pueblo Watershed

This is part 3 of a 5 part series of results from our water monitoring lab. If you haven’t read our watershed report, head over here and check it out. In this third part, we …

Read More

Los Peñasquitos

This is part 2 of a 5 part series of results from our water monitoring lab. If you haven’t read our watershed report, head over here and check it out. In this second part, we …

Read More

Maintaining High Quality Data

This is part 1 of a 5 part series of results from our water monitoring lab. If you haven’t read our watershed report, head over here and check it out. In this first part, we …

Read More