Newport Beach Independent,
June 26, 2012
Orange County Coastkeeper began its four year restoration project in upper Newport Bay by planting 50 square meters of eelgrass. In addition to habitat restoration, the project will engage the public on the ecological and economic benefits of eelgrass. Click to learn more
LA Times, January 21, 2012
The state of California recently allocated 6.5 million dollars to restore the Ballona Wetlands, one of the last wetland habitats in Southern California. While only a quarter of the wetlands still exist, the proposed project aims to improve their function for both wildlife and recreation. Click to Learn More
Orange County Register, May 7, 2009.
Kelp reef off San Clemente wins award. It's growing toward the surface and is receiving national recognition. Kelp attached to a 174-acre reef that Southern California Edison built last summer off San Clemente is rising toward the surface and is earning national acclaim. Click to Navigate to Article