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Local Students Remove 49 lbs of Trash from Beach for CA Coastal Cleanup Day

Thank you local students who participated in the California Coastal Cleanup on Saturday September 19th! The students took part in a greater statewide effort that in Humboldt County alone cleaned up 62 locations. This coastal cleanup is an important step to changing our relationship with the ocean and keeping as much human made marine debris out of the ocean as possible. The students cleaned two main sites. The team from Triple Junction High School included 9 students and two teachers and Cassie Pinnell,  ED of the Mattole Restoration Council cleaned the North Fork site just upstream from the Mattole Estuary.

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King Range Organizations Form Alliance

Four organizations that have worked for decades to protect the King Range National Conservation Area have formed a new partnership that will result in better care for the region and better coordination between organizations. The new King Range Alliance (KRA) is composed of The Mattole Restoration Council, Sanctuary Forest, Mattole Salmon Group, and the Lost Coast Interpretive Association. We look forward to collaborating with our partners to promote education, science, and restoration in the King Range National Conservation Area. Read the full story here .

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