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Watsonville Wetlands Watch

Watsonville Wetlands Watch advocates for wetland issues, educates elementary, middle, and high school students, restores degraded habitats, preserves what remains whole, and teaches appreciation for the unique beauty and life of the Pajaro Valley wetlands. In cooperation with numerous other agencies, we support studies of and planning for these sites Watsonville Wetlands Watch is dedicated to the protection, restoration, and appreciation of the wetlands of the Pajaro Valley, especially involving members of the Watsonville community and the students of the Pajaro Valley Unified School District. Our many activities are centered on the Fitz Wetlands Educational Resource Center (Fitz WERC) which we run on the campus of the Pajaro Valley High School. We conduct field trips and use our classroom/laboratory to help the adult community and students to understand and appreciate our natural environments, and thus become aware of the need for protection and restoration.

P.O. Box 1239, Freedom, CA, 95019

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1740 17th Ave
Santa Cruz, CA 95062
Phone: 831-427-5070

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