objectives of the Education and Outreach Committee are: 1)
to educate the Pacifica community about possible means of
improving the health of San Pedro creek and its native flora
and fauna, 2) to reach out to residents and involve them in
creek-related activities and decisions, and 3) to publicize
the activities and goals of the Coalition as a whole. It is
the responsibility of the Committee to both represent the
opinions of the Coalition and to be responsive to the needs
and concerns of creekside residents and the Pacifica community
as a whole.
- Organize community events including Creek Day.
with local schools and existing environmental education
programs within these schools to involve
students in creek-related events and activities
(e.g., clean up projects, non-native invasive removal, storm
drain pollution prevention).
out to community groups
to involve them in the SPCWC.
with other city environmental action groups to involve the community in improving
the health of the creek.
alliances and share information and publicity with other
local watershed groups.
the activities, meetings and goals of SPCWC by writing articles
and announcements for the Pacifica Tribune and by sending
flyers in the mail.
an updated list of creekside residents and their addresses
for use by all SPCWC committees.
- Reach out to and educate new creekside residents about creek-related
issues and the SPCWC by presenting new residents with informational
packets when they move.
and invite speakers for the monthly SPCWC meetings.