rs are adding push pins to note where we use our beautiful waterways. I added surfing in Encinitas, running around Mission Bay and boating in San Diego Bay this morning. What water tells the story of your life? Come down to the office or email us and we’ll add your push pin!
This is not about push pins though. It is about a community and a legacy. We can swim, kayak, sail and enjoy lakes and lagoons; we can add those pins because we protect our waters from runoff pollution to our storm drains, trash on our beaches and climate change everywhere. This is our call to action, and I am ready to answer. I am ready because I am not alone. This matters to many, many people.
At the Seaside Soiree, more than 100 of our partners, supporters and donors gathered. We raised more than $11,000 to protect our waters.
This was made possible thanks to our sponsors:
Harriet Lazer & Jim Walker
David Welborn & Ann Hunter Welborn
And many individuals whose donations will protect clean water.
And we have you, our contributing members. Thanks to you, our neighbors have clean water to enjoy. I’m inviting you to be a part of this call to action, this coming together to protect the water that is our right, our responsibility and our legacy. “Adopt a crab” today through your online donation or call me at 619-758-7743 x103 and tell me what you want to support. I’ll add your push pin myself.