Project Clean Water

How Stormwater Pollution is Affecting San Diego

Stormwater pollution is one of the most persistent threats to San Diego’s water quality. Stormwater is untreated – meaning that it travels directly into our rivers, lakes, and the ocean, along with any pollutants it may pick up along the way. The facts are relatively simple – but what are some of the actual effects …

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How Well Do You Know Clean Water? Take Our Quiz to Find Out

Test your clean water awareness! Take our Clean Water Knowledge quiz and see how many questions you can answer correctly. Helpful Links and Articles: What is a Watershed? Learn more about Water-Wise Rebates Summer Beach Clean Up Tips Report Pollution Tool San Diego’s Watersheds 52 Ways to Love Your Water Pledge Thanks for taking the …

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What Is A Watershed and Why Does It Matter to Me? (52W #4)

Week Four: Visit ProjectCleanWater.org and use “Find My Watershed” to discover which watershed you live in If you’ve been following Project Clean Water, you’ve probably heard us use the term “watershed” here and there… and if you’re not familiar, you may be wondering what exactly a watershed is? A watershed is any land area that …

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Project Clean Water Celebrates Official Public Launch on World Water Day

  On World Water Day, (March 22nd), we joined together with our nonprofit partners, individual supporters and dignitaries for the official public launch of Project Clean Water. During the socially distanced gathering at Moonlight Beach in Encinitas, we celebrated the holiday and united under the cause of cleaner water for San Diego County. Attendees created …

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Rainy Season Checklist — Are you ready for wet weather?

When it rains, runoff from your home and property can carry pollutants such as bacteria, chemicals, auto fluids or trash directly to our waterways. Water that enters our storm drains is not treated before it enters our local creeks, rivers and the ocean. Clean water means healthy communities. Here are some actions you can take …

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Public Input Opportunity for the 2021 San Diego River Watershed Management Area Water Quality Improvement Plan Update

The San Diego River Watershed Management Area (SDR WMA) jurisdictions are performing an update of the SDR WMA Water Quality Improvement Plan (WQIP). The focus of the update is the incorporation of Famosa Slough Alternative Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL). The update of the San Diego River Watershed Management Area Water Quality Improvement Plan will …

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October Cleanup Events Brought to you by Project Clean Water partner I Love A Clean San Diego   SUNSET SWEEP: Thursday Early Evening Community Cleanup Series Join I Love A Clean San Diego, San Diego Canyonlands, and Think Blue San Diego for a VIRTUALLY hosted litter cleanup! It is important to stay safe and avoid group gatherings right now, so …

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