Articles from April 14, 2017

Posted: April 14, 2017
Five people posing for a photo.

APRIL 14, 2017--March 1989, believe it or not, was the first and the last time sea otters were rescued and rehabilitated during an oil spill.

Posted: April 14, 2017
Panel sitting in front of a screen address an audience.

APRIL 14, 2017--On March 30, Marine Debris Program (MDP) Chief, Nancy Wallace and Southeast Regional Coordinator, Sarah Latshaw, attended the Plastic Pollution Summit - Breaking Down Plastic in Charleston, SC.

Posted: April 14, 2017
Group of people pose on a dock looking up at photographer.

APRIL 14, 2017--On April 7, the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary coordinated a beach cleanup at Chinese Harbor on Santa Cruz Island.

Posted: April 14, 2017
Group of people walking on a pathway next to trees.

APRIL 14, 2017--The website focuses on the history of the marsh, the impact of filling and development (via historical map overlays), a bit about wildlife, and the recent activities of local citizens (Save Our Marsh, SOM).

Articles from April 14, 2017

Posted: April 14, 2017
Five people posing for a photo.

APRIL 14, 2017--March 1989, believe it or not, was the first and the last time sea otters were rescued and rehabilitated during an oil spill.

Posted: April 14, 2017
Panel sitting in front of a screen address an audience.

APRIL 14, 2017--On March 30, Marine Debris Program (MDP) Chief, Nancy Wallace and Southeast Regional Coordinator, Sarah Latshaw, attended the Plastic Pollution Summit - Breaking Down Plastic in Charleston, SC.

Posted: April 14, 2017
Group of people pose on a dock looking up at photographer.

APRIL 14, 2017--On April 7, the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary coordinated a beach cleanup at Chinese Harbor on Santa Cruz Island.

Posted: April 14, 2017
Group of people walking on a pathway next to trees.

APRIL 14, 2017--The website focuses on the history of the marsh, the impact of filling and development (via historical map overlays), a bit about wildlife, and the recent activities of local citizens (Save Our Marsh, SOM).