In 1985 a small group of concerned citizens set off on a mission to protect the last remaining wetlands in Huntington Beach, some 147 acres out of what used to be over 3,000 다운로드.
The remaining pieces are a 44-acre parcel located between Newland and Beach Blvd, and a tiny triangle, some 7/10 an acre, sandwiched between the Huntington Waterfront Hilton and a new residential neighborhood 다운로드. These, too, will soon be owned by the Conservancy 다운로드.
Here is how that Newland Marsh looks now:
And, the restored marshes:
The difference is clearly the water 다운로드.
A wetland is “the link between land and water and are some of the most productive ecosystems in the world. Some common names for different types of wetlands are swamp, marsh and bog 다운로드.”
The 4th annual Huntington Beach Green Expo arrives Saturday, September 17, and runs from 9am to 5pm 다운로드. It will be located at the HB Pier Plaza on the corner of PCH and Main St.
The free event put on by the HB Chamber of Commerce is a vendor showcase of goods and services 다운로드. A good place to learn a lot about the latest in green technology. An important element for anyone in California and especially those in Huntington Beach 신치림 퇴근길 mp3 다운로드.
After all, the city is leading the country in environmental issues and sustainability.
There are coastal wetlands with miles of protected lands for birds, fish, and all the large mammals that feed on them (dolphins, seals) 솔리드웍스 2016 한글판 다운로드.
If you’ve been down to City Hall or Central Library then you’ve seen the solar panels in the parking lot 주찬양 다운로드. These panels are expected to turn 40% of building energy use to solar. Several solar companies will be at the event.
That is not to say that we don’t have our issues. In a recent post, I explored the surfboard industry and found out that surfboards are dirty 다운로드. I mean super toxic and not at all recyclable; something Surf City can’t ignore.