Do you or someone you know have concerns about clean water in your community? Make your voice heard and get the tools and support to make the changes you deserve.
San Diego Coastkeeper is forming a Community Advisory Council to connect us with local communities. We want to learn about water problems in San Diego’s communities faces–and then solve them.
What is Coastkeeper Doing?
As you know, we’re a local organization led by motivated and passionate staff and volunteers who protect and restore fishable, swimmable and drinkable water in San Diego County. We want to help communities find and fix local, water-related problems.
Be a voice for your community.
Coastkeeper needs San Diego County residents to serve as founding members of the advisory council. The goal? To identify water-related problems in your community and find solutions for those problems.
Positive change starts with individual actions. As a founding member of the council, you will have the opportunity to share your community’s concerns with Coastkeeper and other concerned residents from the county. The 2012-2013 council will help design council leadership and goals, meeting format and frequency and other key communications.
You will become an integral part of the San Diego Coastkeeper team by representing your community and participating in decision-making processes. All council members receive a complimentary membership to San Diego Coastkeeper.
Interested in joining?
Submit an application by August 31, 2012. Individuals selected for the 2012-2013 Community Advisory Council will be notified via phone or email by October 1, 2012. For more information, contract our community engagement coordinator at 619-758-7743 ext. 131 or at [email protected].