Water Committee

 

   THE LOMA PRIETA WATER COMMITTEE

Mission Statement

To promote water quality, water conservation, and the protection of natural ecosystems throughout the watershed.


INTERESTED IN GETTING INVOLVED?

Come to our Regular Meetings!

Every 3rd Thursday of the Month

@

Sierra Club Office - 3921 East Bayshore Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303

Contact Katja Irvin for More Information on Upcoming Events!


CURRENT PROJECTS

The Water Committee advocates for strong local and regional policies that protect ecosystems and support sustainable use of water resources.

Below is a list of our 2014 Focus Items:

  1. Education and Advocacy for the Coyote Creek Watershed Master Plan
  2. Partnership on Drought & Water Conservation with the Santa Clara Valley Water District 
  3. Fluoride Awareness & Outreach throughout the Chapter
  4. Fracking in Santa Clara County (potential County moratorium or oridance)
  5. Project Reviews for Riparian Corridor Policies, Coastal Projects, and Water Supply

JOIN US!

All are welcome to participate! If you would like to join our advocacy efforts, contact Committee Chair, Katja (katja.irvin@sbcglobal.net), or tell us more about your interests through the Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter Volunteer Form. We can't wait to hear from you!


EVENTS

Coastal Clean Up Day- Coyote Creek

The Coyote Creek Clean Up event on August 2nd was a blast! The Sierra Club LP Team picked up five tires, three shopping carts, and about 15 full bags of garbage!!!!

Join us for another Coyote Creek Clean Up on Coastal Clean Up Day on Saturday September 20th, 2014 at the Tully Ballfields on 800 Tully Road, San Jose.
                                                              RSVP HERE
     
 
 
                            
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

Publications

2014 Comment Letters

  1. 2.24.14_Water Conservation Ad Hoc Committee (February 25, 2014; Item 4.2)

2013 Comment Letters

  1. 12.12.13_Environmental Review for Fluoridation Project atSanta Clara Valley Water District Water Treatment Plants

Sierra Club Policy on Fluoridation

Op Ed to San Jose Mercury News on Fluoridation