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Protect Our Marine Environment

Protect Our Marine Environment

Are you keeping your bilge water clean? Did you know that dirty bilge water can have an impact on the marine environment? Lubricant and hydraulic oils can cause damage, diesel and gas can be toxic.

Green Cleaning Your Boat

Green Cleaning Your Boat

An important part of boat maintenance is a clean boat. Green cleaning your boat is just as important. Soaps and harsh cleaners can have a negative impact on our marinas, harbors and oceans.  Did you know that most cleaners are toxic to marine life? If you’re...
Keep Boating Clean and Green

Keep Boating Clean and Green

Protect our ocean and keep boating clean and green Did you know that California has one of the highest levels of recreational boating activity in the nation? It’s no wonder since we have approximately 1,100 miles of coast and hundreds of rivers and lakes for...
Green Boating for the Fishes in the Sea!

Green Boating for the Fishes in the Sea!

Clean, green boating mean joy for you and me… Practicing clean, green boating is not only good for you, but it’s also good for the fish and the rest of the marine environment. We all enjoy the beauty of our lakes, rivers and oceans, right? That’s why...
Things That Trash Our Ocean

Things That Trash Our Ocean

Keeping trash out of our ocean. It’s quite a challenge to keep our ocean free of trash. Did you know that about 80% of trash in our ocean originates onshore? Trash in the ocean compromises not only the health of wildlife, but humans too. It also causes...
Keeping Your Bilge Water Clean

Keeping Your Bilge Water Clean

Did you know that oil in bilge water can have major impacts on the marine environment? Diesel and gas are toxic, but lubricant and hydraulic oils can also cause damage. When major oil spills happen in the harbor or ocean, authorities are quick to respond to clean...

California Clean Boating Network Meeting

Northern CA & Sacramento – San Joaquin Delta California Clean Boating Network (CCBN) Meeting SAVE THE DATE – Wednesday, December 5, 2012 Ballena Bay Yacht Club (1150 Ballena Blvd, Alameda, CA (Map and Driving Directions:  http://goo.gl/maps/yCV9L  ) 9:30 am...