For Immediate Release June 18, 2013 Media Contact: Pamela Crouch Director of Communications & Marketing (714) 850-1965 | firstname.lastname@example.org NATIVE OYSTER RESTORATION TAKING PLACE IN LOS ALAMITOS BAY Community volunteers needed for second phase of multi-year project Orange County, Calif. – Coastkeeper needs to recruit 40 – 50 volunteers for a one-day native oyster restoration [...]
One of Coastkeeper’s five program pillars is enforcement- specifically to enforce compliance with state clean water laws and the Federal Clean Water Act. Although our preferred course of action is to collaborate with industries to reduce sources of pollution, Coastkeeper will resort to litigation if necessary. The goal of litigation is to force certain industries that have not followed clean [...]
In December of 2007, four divers found a massive abandoned gill net covering a deep-water reef six miles off San Pedro on Angels Gate. The divers explored the first 200 feet of net, where they found 21 dead sea lions, numerous cormorants and other trapped marine life. Learn more about this harmful pollution.
Eelgrass meadows are one of the most important estuarine habitats in Newport Bay! Upper Newport Bay is one of the last remaining coastal wetlands in Southern California and is home to over 935 species of plants and animals and over 200 bird species, and several endangered species. It is primarily an ecological reserve managed by [...]