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Watershed Watch: Protect Our Creeks And Bay

The Watershed Watch Campaign is a public education initiative of the Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention Program (SCVURPPP), an association of fifteen government agencies in Santa Clara Valley. The Campaign is dedicated to raising awareness about protecting watersheds and preventing storm water pollution. This website provides free resources and easy everyday ways to prevent pollution in your neighborhood, our local creeks and the Bay.

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trophyWATERSHED HEROES — Our Watershed Heroes this month are:
Mrs. Butler and Ms. Harper’s classes at Pomeroy Elementary School, and Ms. Rojas and Ms. Pisapla-Sinn’s classes at Briarwood Elementary School
A big thanks to them for pledging to keep their schools litter-free! Your class can be a Watershed Hero too! Download the pledge form, complete the activity, and send it in to enter a drawing for fun prizes.

Earthquakes Watershed Watch, the City of San Jose and County of Santa Clara are teaming up with the San Jose Earthquakes to raise awareness about preventing pollution for a sustainable community. Look for ads featuring Earthquakes Forward, Chris “Wondo” Wondolowski and support the Earthquakes at their new stadium! Learn how to prevent litter in your community, and volunteer for local cleanup events!

Waterwise Ten Tips for Water-Wise Gardening.


More informative videos about free Watershed Watch educational programs and public services.

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