Conservation Outreach and Education Program
The City of Watsonville Resource Conservation Program was established in 1990 to promote the conservation of natural resources and to safeguard the environment for future generations. Our Conservation Outreach and Education staff are provided for students, teachers, residents and the business community to learn about recycling, composting, littler prevention, watershed protection, water conservation and climate change. Underlying all programs is respect and sensitivity to the City’s economically and ethnically diverse population. The program helps our community members understand the important choices they make each day about the use of natural resources and supports our youth to become informed citizens of the future.
You can view the 2010-2011 Environmental Education Program Report to read the complete details on the Conservation Outreach and Education Program.
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