Join Return of the Natives on Sept. 20 at Upper Carr Lake
The annual worldwide Coastal Cleanup Day is the largest volunteer event on the planet. Hundreds of thousands of people in more than 100 countries clean up beaches, lakes and waterways.
If you’d like to help with the effort, join CSU Monterey Bay’s Return of the Natives (RON) on Sept. 20 to celebrate the day and contribute to a better environment. RON is working in partnership with Save Our Shores on the annual event.
Dr. Suzy Worcester and John Inman, a graduate student in CSU Monterey Bay’s applied marine and watershed science program, have been working with Bruce Delgado at the Bureau of Land Management to manage 2,500 acres of coastal grasslands at Fort Ord National Monument.
A new vision mural will start to take shape in a few weeks.
Students in Juan Luna-Avin’s painting and mural class have started sketching out the mural that will be painted along a wall on Inter-Garrison Road and Fifth Avenue. Painting is expected to start the third week in September and be completed by the end of the semester.
Cal State Monterey Bay sophomore Jesus Ochoa Perez has been chosen for a CSU Trustees' Award for Outstanding Achievement. He and the other award winners will be honored on Sept. 9 at the CSU board meeting in Long Beach.
Evan De Lay, Sheldon Leiker, and Elizabeth Geisler, graduates of CSU Monterey Bay's Applied Marine and Watershed Science program, are working on the removal of the San Clemente Dam from the Carmel River.