|Clean Water Now!|
The Clean Water Now! Coalition is dedicated to the protection, restoration and preservation of aquatic and riparian ecologies worldwide. We support "S.M.A.R.T. Model Projects: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic & Timely." Impaired water quality means degraded natural resources and denied recreational assets. In other words, regardless of location, water ecologies should be non-hazardous and non- toxic, that is "fishable and swimmable."
CWN! is entering a new phase in our evolving journey, one that will have a common thread: "21st Century Solutions to 20th Century Problems"
Established in 1998, CWN! firmly believes that Healthy Watershed Systems can facilitate Robust Tourism-Based Economies. CWN!’s volunteer beach cleanups, the quarterly "Adopt-A-Beach" and yearly "International Coastal Cleanup Day," with the California Coastal Commission are their flagship programs.
Now proudly entering their 9th year as local administrators for the California Coastal Commission, they have developed the award-winning prototype for these venues stretching over the entire 7 1/2 miles of pristine coastline in Laguna Beach, California. These trash removal programs reflect and honor the CWN! extended family's personal commitment to add their hearts, minds and uncompensated time to the cleansing of our immediate environment.
During last year’s California Coastal Cleanup Day at Laguna Beach on September 19, 2009 nearly 800 volunteers in Laguna Beach took part in what has become an international event that focuses on removing debris from the open spaces, streams, lakes, estuaries and marine habitats worldwide. Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of California Coastal Cleanup Day,
2800 lbs. was collected, consisting of 1600 lbs. of regular trash plus 1200 lbs. of recyclables In Laguna Beach.
Project Pueblo partnered with other volunteer organizations on the campus of La Sierra University last April to have over 140 volunteers that came out to have a Beach Clean Up at Corona Del Mar, CA! We look forward to working with Roger Butow and Clean Water Now! this April 2010 as well.
We hope that you can make it for one of Project Pueblo’s largest events of the year, our 2nd Annual Beach Clean Up! To stay updated on the exact dates for this event, please fill out the Membership Form by clicking on the following link:
For more information about Clean Water Now!, please click on the following link.
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