Fall 2010 /  Issue 8


A Note from EPA 

A Note from EPA
From fish preparation to fisherman appreciation, we've got a new fun packed newsletter for all you ocean lovers out there - an angler's delight so-to-speak.
A FCEC Guide to Proper Fish Preparation
You snagged a big fish, so now what? Watch this informative video to learn how to prepare your latest catch the proper way.

Heal the Bay Hits Local Piers in Angler Outreach Efforts: An Interview with Frankie Orrala

Heal the Bay Hits Local Piers in Angler Outreach Efforts Check out how Heal the Bay's outreach team is impacting the community beyond the piers.

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Outreach with FCEC: Protecting Human Health through Community Education
The backbone of our program is outreach and education. Watch this video for a little slice of our impact on the local fishing community.

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Fisherman Appreciation Day at Venice Beach

Last summer FCEC and our partners put the following maxim to the test: there is a certain joy in honoring community. The result? A great day of education and celebration.

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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.