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By Tarmo Hannula, February 3, 2024 | https://pajaronian.com

WETLANDS STEWARDS – Saira Ramos (foreground, left) of Watsonville Wetlands Watch helps public volunteers with a widespread planting project Saturday as part of World Wetlands Day at Struve Slough. Watsonville Wetlands Watch co-hosted the event that drew more than 250 people. After hearing words from a list of officials that included Assemblyman Robert Rivas and California State Senator John Laird, several groups headed out around the slough to put new plant starters in the ground.

“We’re in a climate crisis, the new norm; we’re witnesses ing extreme weather patterns,” Rivas said. “Tackling this climate crisis requires a collective effort — and that means all of us.”

 

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