Posts Tagged: prevent stormwater pollution

Top FIVE Tips To Reduce Stormwater Pollution This Spring

With over 109,000 people living in just over 32 square miles, City of Ventura residents’ day to day activities can have an impact on water quality. Stormwater is surface runoff that does not soak into the ground during precipitation events

Top FIVE Tips To Reduce Stormwater Pollution This Spring

With over 109,000 people living in just over 32 square miles, City of Ventura residents’ day to day activities can have an impact on water quality. Stormwater is surface runoff that does not soak into the ground during precipitation events

Great tips on how to maintain the water features in your yard to PREVENT water pollution!

Properly maintaining pools, spas and decorative water features around your home and landscape can prevent water pollution. How? In this Sustainable Ventura News PODCAST, City of Ventura Environmental Services Supervisor Todd Hundsdorfer shares valuable tips.   CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

Great tips on how to maintain the water features in your yard to PREVENT water pollution!

Properly maintaining pools, spas and decorative water features around your home and landscape can prevent water pollution. How? In this Sustainable Ventura News PODCAST, City of Ventura Environmental Services Supervisor Todd Hundsdorfer shares valuable tips.   CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

Water: Take 1 Short Film Contest Awards is Standing Room Only

[slideshow] [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SUgooTN7NQ]      More than 150 attendees packed a soundstage at Brooks Institute  as Ventura Water and partners Pagatonia and iThentic presented the 2013 Water: Take 1 Short Film Contest Awards on Thursday, November 14 from 6 to 8 pm.

Water: Take 1 Short Film Contest Awards is Standing Room Only

[slideshow] [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SUgooTN7NQ]      More than 150 attendees packed a soundstage at Brooks Institute  as Ventura Water and partners Pagatonia and iThentic presented the 2013 Water: Take 1 Short Film Contest Awards on Thursday, November 14 from 6 to 8 pm.

SAVE THE DATE: September 21, 2013, 9:00am-Noon, The 29th Annual Coastal Cleanup Day Needs YOU!

Historically, California’s coast and waterways have been collection spots for trash and debris.  It’s important to remove all litter, which can be harmful, even fatal to marine wildlife.    How does this happen? Let’s look at some specific examples starting

SAVE THE DATE: September 21, 2013, 9:00am-Noon, The 29th Annual Coastal Cleanup Day Needs YOU!

Historically, California’s coast and waterways have been collection spots for trash and debris.  It’s important to remove all litter, which can be harmful, even fatal to marine wildlife.    How does this happen? Let’s look at some specific examples starting