- Purchase federal duck stamps from your local post office to support wetland acquisition. 98% goes to buy wetlands!!!
- USA Fish and Game - http://www.fws.gov/duckstamps/DSOfactsheet2012.pdf
- Duck Stamp Program History: https://www.fws.gov/birds/get-involved/duck-stamp/history-of-the-federal...
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Ballona Watershed Related Material
http://water.epa.gov/type/wetlands/basic.cfm - Snapshot dated 11/20/2015 - Last visited November 20, 2015.
We have preserved this important EPA Wetlands Introduction on our website in case the EPA changes their web content. The format or layout has changed in the copy and pasted operation of the HTML main content area. You may wish to view the original at the above URL.
MOST RECENT INFORMATION ABOUT OUR 127 SQUARE MILE BALLONA WATERSHED
Grassroots Coalition Announces -- California Coastal Commission Finds Playa Vista's Illegal Water Drainage Devices Are Destructive to Ballona Wetlands Ecological Reserve in Los Angeles
Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission In 2010 Grassroots Coalition's President Patricia McPherson, with the help of associate John Davis began researching the way in which the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission interfaced with the (*so called) Public Private Partnership (PPP) known as the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Foundation (an independent private business).
Grassroots Coalition President, Patricia McPherson, provided power point presentations to California Coastal Commission. The power point presentation links are below. The power points are for the targeted audience.
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1) California Coastal Commission Hearing - Presentation June 2013-a.pptx 38 meg download (43 pages)
Playa Vista Dewatering and Bulldozing the Ballona Wetlands East of Lincoln early 2003. See the flooded wetlands.
Mr Video Man does an excellent job on Poisoned Paradise.
The Ballona West Bluffs (Uplands) were lost to developers. Rex Frankel speaks out in 2003. Officially presented to Santa Monica Bay Restoration Commission (SMBRC) in December 2005 at the Yacht Club Meeting Room.