by August 21st, 2002 (VERY important!)
At La Mirada Creek Park, Santa Gertrudes Ave,
MORE INFORMATION, CALL (562)908-6449
"All equipment and training will be provided. Minors must be accompanied By an adult. "Storm drain, in river sampling for bacteria, toxins, heavy metals, etc., to get a better handle on the Urban Runoff problem during dry season. We are also looking at point source pollution from minor dischargers such as upriver wastewater treatment plants".
The following abbreviated, extracted from the website. For 303(d) *impaired waters*, there is supposed to be a plan to fix it. TDML=*Total Daily Maximum Load*, where *Load*= POLLUTION. Here are the dates for some places and contaminants:
RWQCB San Gabriel Watershed TMDL Schedule
A second sampling may occur the following weekend on October 6th.
"We need approximately 180 volunteers to assist in various duties for the
Seal Beach Sand Castle Festival.
Volunteer positions include: greeters, ticket takers, sculptors, people to shovel, water handlers, people to help put up fencing, team liaisons, parking attendants — all starting Sept. 3rd through Sept. 9th.
you have any time from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on any of the above dates, even
if it is just 1 hour,
The Seal Beach Sand Castle Festival includes 50 teams competing in 6 different categories, as well as the professional sand sculpture exhibit which takes 18 people 6 days to create - 30’ wide, 40’ long, 30’ tall, 5,000 tons of sand and lots of water.
The event attracts over 35,000 spectators just to see the magic created in the sand! To see what all of the excitement is about, you can view last year’s event by looking at HTTP://www.sealbeachchamber.org.
Net proceeds benefit ‘Save Our Beach” campaign to improve the water quality along the Southern California Coastline.
What can you do to help?
For More Information, Call (562) 799-0179"
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