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Thank you to all of our Coastal Cleanup Day volunteers!
Over 1,100 people helped remove marine debris on the 30th Annual Coastal Cleanup Day!
Community members come out to maintain trails!
Click here to find out more about how you can get involved!
Visit Our Office at 75 Higuera St. Suite 100 in SLO
Looking for us? Want to volunteer? Visit us right on the corner of Higuera St. and Madonna Rd.
Fracking is already taking place throughtout the nation; soon it may be coming to a county near you. The fracking issue will appear on the Santa Barbara County November 4th ballot as Measure P. In San Luis Obispo County it is an issue that is being taken into consideration by the County Supervisors. Residents of the Central Coast will be asked to decide whether fracking will be good for us.
Come sail with us for fun and a discussion of the State of the Oceans.
ECOSLO has planned several fun and educational fundraising events for
its members and others over the next year. Join us for this very first one!
* Date:, Friday
* Where: Aboard the Chablis boat in Morro Bay. Meet next to Great
American Fish Company on the Bay
* Cost: ECOSLO members = $20
All others = $40
ECOSLO will provide food and non-alcoholic drinks. No-host bar with
The Chablis carries only 70 people, so buy your tickets today
at Brown Paper Tickets.
For questions, call
544-1777 or contact us email@example.com
August 25, 2014
Diablo Canyon: Secret document reveals federal safety inspector warned plant is vulnerable to earthquakes and should be shut until proven safe
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In an explosive document kept secret for more than a year, a former federal inspector charges that the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant in California is more vulnerable to earthquakes than initially known and should be shut down until Pacific Gas & Electric Co. can prove its safety.Read more: Federal Safety Inspector Warns Diablo Canyon May Be Vulnerable to Earthquakes