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  Tigers at Colma Creek for CA Coastal Cleanup Day, 9/25/10 - great turnout! Thanks everyone for your efforts.  

Save the Bay

The PCNC is pleased to announce a new, long-term partnership with Save the Bay, a local grassroots non-profit devoted to protecting the San Francisco Bay from pollution and over-development since its founding in 1961. The organization is also committed to habitat restoration and removal of invasive species with the long-term goal of re-establishing 100,000 acres of wetlands. David Lewis '83, the executive director of Save the Bay, has been honored in 2000 and 2010 with the PCNC Community Service Award for his contributions to the health and vitality of the Bay.

We kicked off the new partnership on September 25, 2010 as part of California Coastal Cleanup Day and have participated in Coastal Cleanup Day for 5 straight years, at three locations: Colma Creek in South SF (2010), MLK Jr Shoreline in Oakland (2011, 2012, 2014), and the Guadalupe River in San Jose (2013). We have also joined other Save the Bay events, including planting native plants in Ravenswood (Feb. 2012) and removing non-native plants in the Baylands Nature Preserve (Aug. 2015). Attendance has been great, many new friendships have been made, and Princeton tigers have proved themselves to be enthusiastic and hard workers. :-)

For more info, contact Catherine Baker '97 (ccb [at] stanford.edu).

 


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