Come by and visit the Trinidad Bay Watershed Council table and kids’ activities while you’re in town at the Trinidad Fish Festival. We’ll have the information you need about water conservation, preventing water pollution and all about the Trinidad ASBS and watersheds.
Take a free tour of the lighthouse. It’s a working lighthouse and it’s only open to the public once a year. You can hike up Trinidad Head. Round trips start at 11:00 AM and end at 3:00 PM.
Discover Trinidad has this to say about the Trinidad Fish Festival: “More than just great fish meals; this fun festival attracts artists and craftsmen from all over, who fill their booths with treasures. Bring the whole family and enjoy the beautiful views of Trinidad Bay. Enjoy our spectacular kids zone which will include surf & skate activities and face painting.”
Come by and visit the Trinidad Bay Watershed Council table and kids’ activities while you’re here for the Fish Festival. Pick up a bucket of water conservation items, while supplies last, and the new Trinidad Bay Report, hot off the press! Find the information you need about water conservation, preventing water pollution and all about the Trinidad ASBS and watersheds.
Your’re invited! The Trinidad Bay Watershed Council quarterly meeting will be on Monday, April 20 from 6:30 to 8:30 p. m. at the Trinidad Town Hall, 409 Trinity St. in Trinidad. Meeting topics include water quality monitoring results for Trinidad Bay, watershed partner updates, plus discussion of future Watershed Council activities and upcoming projects.
Please join us at the next Trinidad Bay Watershed Council meeting on Monday April 20 at 6:30 pm at the Civic Club Room at City Hall.
The agenda will include participation in the Fish Festival , Trinidad ASBS water quality monitoring results, Trinidad Bay partner & watershed updates, and a look at the draft Trinidad Bay report.
For more information contact Becky at email@example.com. January meeting notes are available here.
In this June 2014 TBWC News Fish Festival Issue, the Trinidad Bay Watershed Council (TBWC) is pleased to share all the latest news from the Trinidad Bay Watersheds and to celebrate with you at the Trinidad Fish Festival. Right now, we’re focused on fish and clean water. We can prevent pollution by adopting good habits for car care and yard work, by picking up after our pets, maintaining our septic systems and keeping trash in its proper place.
It takes all of us to keep our watersheds beautiful, the waters clean and the fish plentiful.