Celebrate 50 years of the Clean Water Act at Santa Ana River Brewing Co. October 25 – New Santa Ana

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Orange County Coast Guard teamed up with Santa Ana River Brewing Company to host a party celebrating the landmark Clean Water Act!

October marks fifty years since Congress passed the Clean Water Act of 1972, which empowered the EPA, individuals and groups like us to protect our right to water that is safe to swim, drink, and fish.

Join the Orange County Coatkeeper activists in raising a glass to the past fifty years of cleaner water and fifty more!

WHERE: Santa Ana River Brewing Company @ 3480 W Warner Ave Unit B, in Santa Ana

WHEN: October 25, 18:00 – 21:00

FREE AND OPEN TO EVERYONE!

The Keeper concept dates back to a 19th century English tradition in which “river keepers” were overseers of streams who ensured that the water was healthy, plentiful and free from poachers.

In 1983, fisherman John Cronin founded Hudson RiverKeeper to find out what was destroying fish populations and stop it. Thanks in large part to the efforts of the Hudson River Conservator, the Hudson River became the first American waterway to be considered restored to its natural state.

Today, there are more than 300 Kiper programs around the world. Each Keeper is a non-profit corporation with its own Board of Directors. Programs, projects and agendas are determined solely by the Custodian and the Board.

Orange County Coastkeeper’s mission is to protect the region’s water resources so that they are suitable for swimming, drinking and fishing for present and future generations. They are a non-profit clean water organization that acts as active stewards of our freshwater and saltwater ecosystems.




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