Summer 2010 /  Issue 7


A Note from EPA 

A Note from EPA
The sun is out and FCEC is ready for summer. Check out the rundown of our current newsletter and other happenings.

Signs of Life Return to Bald Eagle Populations in Channel Islands
Signs of Life Return to Bald Eagle Populations in Channel IslandsGabrielle Dorr of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration talks about the Palos Verdes Shelf and recent improvements to our county's national bird in this corner of Southern California.
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New FCEC Tip Card Hopes to Help Decrease Contaminated Fish Consumption
FCEC Tip CardEducating anglers is a cornerstone of FCEC's program. A new tip card is now public. Learn what's new and why you shouldn't miss it.

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Catching and Releasing: An FCEC Approved Fishing Motto
Tossing your fish back into the ocean is catching on (no pun intended) as one way to reduce the amount of contaminated fish.

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FCEC Awarded Prestigious Silver Anvil Award

Outreach program is heralded as one of the most effective in the country.

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The Fish Contamination Education Collaborative (FCEC) is a consortium of federal, state and local agencies as well as community organizations collaborating to address the public health risks associated with eating contaminated fish related to the Palos Verdes Shelf Superfund Site. FCEC is the public outreach and education component of the USEPA's Institutional Controls program that works in conjunction with monitoring and enforcement efforts.