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Welcome to Humboldt Baykeeper
Double your impact - Donate by Dec. 31!

Humboldt Baykeeper is pleased to announce a $10,000 challenge grant from Coast Seafoods, who will match contributions of $50 or more! As the largest oyster grower in Humboldt Bay, Coast Seafoods knows the importance of clean water - not just for oysters, but for the health of our entire community.

 
Donate to Humboldt Baykeeper by Dec. 31 and Coast Seafoods will match your donation up to $10,000!

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King Tides Photo Initiative 2014-15

The highest tides this winter - known as King Tides - will occur on Dec. 5, Dec. 22, Jan. 20, and Feb. 18. Humboldt Baykeeper volunteers will photo-document the King Tides around Humboldt Bay.

Photo: Chevron fuel tanks on the Eureka waterfront, 12-31-13.

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Waterkeeper Alliance Celebrates 15 years of Clean Water Victories

...and we're just getting started!

 

Humboldt Baykeeper is proud to be a member of the Waterkeeper Alliance, an international movement made up of 231 organizations protecting 2.5 million square miles of waterways in 26 countries across 6 continents.

 
Citizen Water Monitoring Data Draws Attention from State Regulators

Using Humboldt Baykeeper’s 2005-2009 Citizen Water Monitoring data, the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board staff recently recommended six waterways for listing under Section 303(d) of the Clean Water Act due to bacterial pollution (E. coli).

 

Photo: Children play in Little River at Moonstone Beach, one of the waterways recommended for listing. March 22, 2014.

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Only Rain Down the Storm Drain!











Can you find six activities that contribute to stormwater pollution?

Humboldt Bay is closer than you think - anything that goes down the storm drains on your street flows into creeks and eventually into the Bay.

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Regional board recommends 6 North Coast waterways for impairment listing
Written by Will Houston, Times-Standard   

8/15/14

The North Coast Regional Wa­ter Quality Board on Thursday recommended that six local wa­terways be federally listed as im­paired due to high fecal bacteria concentrations, paving the way for those streams and rivers to obtain government-backed pol­lution control plans. “I’m pleased that the regional board took this action, which is a first step to addressing water quality impairments in the North Coast region,” board Executive Of­ficer Matt St. John said.

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Fecal Coliform Loads Measured in Four Arcata Creeks

At long last, a rainy February enabled us to augment our 2013 flow study with wet weather data to calculate the mass volume of fecal coliform bacteria in four Humboldt Bay tributaries (Janes, Jolly Giant, Jacoby, and Campbell Creeks).

 

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