Category Archives: Water Quality
Lawsuit alleges delay of Agricultural Regulations is Illegal (Monterey) 11/30/12, The Otter Project together with Santa Barbara Channelkeeper, San Luis Obispo Coastkeeper, and California Sportfishing Protection Alliance, sued the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) for delaying regulations meant to … Continue reading
By Steve Shimek After three years of delays, the Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board passed first-of-its-kind regulation of agricultural pollution. The Otter Project led a broad coalition of conservation, environmental justice and water policy groups to the huge … Continue reading
March 22nd gives us time to stop and reflect on one of the most important issues facing humanity in the 21st century—water and how we manage it. World Water Day is an opportunity to discuss a topic that many of … Continue reading
Although oil is highly toxic and dangerous to all living creatures, our favorite furry friends are exceptionally susceptible to oil’s negative impacts. Sea otters rely on their dense fur to keep them warm in the water and, when oiled, they … Continue reading
I was cleaning up our website and came across this picture in our kids art gallery. In light of recent events, I thought I would share it with you. No other words are neccessary. Thanks Natalia!
A new study by engineering professor Michel C. Boufadel, chairman of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Temple University found large remaining pools of oil remain in gravel-sand beaches in Alaska, near the site of the 1989 Exxon … Continue reading
Save our Shores from Santa Cruz posted this horrific blog entry yesterday entitled Ever wonder how plastic affects marine animals? It shows a picture taken by local photographer Terry McCormac, of a sea otter frantically struggling to remove a plastic … Continue reading