Premier event for outdoor
enthusiasts promises high performance, huge crowds and
amazing interactive entertainment
The Fred Hall Show – The
Experience will feature
nearly 600 exhibitors (almost 10,000 products), over 400
seminars, and some of the most highly engaging, unique and
interactive family-fun entertainment and activities found
anywhere in the world.
The Fred Hall Show-The Ultimate
Outdoor Experience is the premier outdoor recreation show
featuring the largest selection of the nation’s leading
outdoor equipment manufacturers. Tens of thousands
passionate outdoor enthusiasts make this show their annual
celebration of the great outdoors and the kickoff of the new
Long Beach Convention Center and
Arena: 300 E Ocean Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90802
VISUALS: Hundreds of high
performance boats, tow-boats, deck boats, pontoon boats and
bow-riders will join the greatest selection of fishing boats
in the West.
• Interactive exhibits and
• The first world’s record fish,
a 427-pound yellow fin tuna caught in December 2012
• 1,000-pound blue fin tuna
caught off the coast of Nova Scotia in November 2012
• Dave Marciano, captain of the
boat Hard Merchandise, in National Geographic’s popular
fishing reality series Wicked Tuna
• Jack Dagger-The King of Fling
• The Dock Dogs
• Kids Fish Free Trout Ponds
• The Great American Duck Races
• Scott Leysath-The Sporting
• Archery Range/Air-gun
range/Laser shot range
• Giant casting arena
• Hunting dog seminars
• Saltwater and freshwater
• Learn to Scuba Dive tank
Adults: $15, Seniors: (62 and
over) $14, Children 15 and under Free with a paid adult,
Active Military with ID Free.
the new Davis Art Walk map is a comprehensive guide
public art that helps form the Davis Cultural Arts and
It lists 23 public murals, 16 sculptures, and 15 galleries and
museums in downtown Davis and on the University of California,
Davis campus. The map was created by the Cultural Arts Action
Committee and the John Natsoulas Center for the Arts; sponsors
include the City of Davis, Davis Downtown, and the Yolo County
Users can follow
the map to all of the artworks—identified by number, title, and
artist—by foot or on a bicycle. More importantly, the map
includes the remarkably innovative Transmedia Sculpture Walk,
a first-in-the-nation collection of interactive art, which is
part of the burgeoning Davis Cultural Art & Entertainment
respective resources, software developer and molecular biologist
Dr. Monto H. Kumagai, the Natsoulas Center, and more than 35
artists created the Transmedia Sculpture Walk, an interactive
audio tour featuring the latest development in Radio Frequency
Identification technology or (RFID).
radio waves to transfer data from electronic chips, called RFID
tags (no larger than a grain of rice and capable of storing up
to 32 kilobytes of data) to a "reader" for purposes of tracking,
identifying, and sharing valuable and engaging knowledge and
aesthetic experiences. The tags themselves—which include a
transmitter and receiver for sending and receiving (tagging)
encoded messages—may be embedded in sculptures and accessed by
any NFC or RFID enabled cell phone.
Dr. Kumagai, a
founder of XtremeSignPost Inc., has developed this integrated
system of shared consumer experiences around his company’s U.S.
patent (number 7843334) entitled, "Method to promote and
distribute multimedia content using radio frequency
identification tags." The result is a technology that provides a
novel, interactive method for recording, retrieving, and sharing
experiences within a multimedia context.
March 8th in Davis, CA, at 4:30pm, the Natsoulas Center will
launch its first guided tour based on the new Davis Art Walk
map, in conjunction with the Art of Painting in the 21st
Century Conference. This free tour will be led by more than
10 of the finest painters and muralists in the country
throughout the downtown. Natsoulas plans to coordinate group
tours in the future and is organizing a marketing effort to
boost art-related visitation.
Now in its fourth year,the Art of Painting in the
21st Century is an annual conference geared toward
nurturing dialog on contemporary painting and the shared ideas
that define current trends in the field. Many painters work
alone, an isolated process that deprives the artist of thriving
debate until the work is shown. The conference provides a unique
venue for artists to participate in panel discussions and
breakout groups and to attend lectures by some of the most
exciting visionaries in the field, including F. Scott Hess,
Kelly Detweiler, Glenn Brill, and John Seed. Seven downtown
Davis student exhibitions, curated by the instructors of
Northern California universities and colleges, are meant to
encourage youth participation and community involvement.
The intimate setting allows interaction with top artist in a way
not possible elsewhere. UC Davis, home to artists Roy de Forest,
Roland Peterson, Wayne Thiebaud, and Robert Arneson, was
instrumental in defining a new direction for a uniquely West
Coast style. Nowhere else in the country will the participant be
able to interact and discuss the purity of painting in one
place. Meet face-to-face with distinguished artists you might
only read about; see and hear what makes them the top of their
field. No other conference lets the participants discuss and
comment on modern painting with such inspired knowledge and
The exhibitions begin the afternoon of March 8th, 2013, with
opening receptions at each of the locations in the evening. The
majority of the educational events will take place Saturday,
March 9th, from 10am to 5pm, and are filled with panel
discussions, lectures and breakout groups intended for all
conferees. The conference’s goal is to gather artists from
varying communities, allowing for open interaction between young
students and professionals in the field, fostering the strong
tradition of painting and culture in the Northern California
modern generation characterized by a rekindled interest in the
arts, a generation with one foot firmly planted in the door to
the past and one hand boldly thrust into the rapidly digitized
future,” gallery owner and Conference organizer John Natsoulas.
“Davis is the first city in the world to organize this unique
collaboration of technology and art, with an equally inspiring
physical and digital presence, which will entirely revolutionize
the modern artistic experience.”
information about the Davis Art Walk map, tours, and upcoming
conference, call the Natsoulas Center at (530) 756-3938, email
firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit
Saturday, March 9, 2013, the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum will
celebrate its 10th annual benefit to be held at the
Museum at 113
Harbor Way, Santa Barbara. The theme, Harbor Treasures and
Tastings, focuses on the culinary delights of Santa
Barbara and features sample tastings from more than thirty of
the finest purveyors of wine, spirits, beer, and gourmet cuisine.
Competing restaurants will be awarded prizes by our
Celebrity Judges James Sly, owner and Chef of Sly’s Restaurant,
Michael Hutchings, frequent guest on Julia Child’s Cooking
with Julia, and Michael Cervin, wine, food, and travel
writer for the Santa Barbara News Press. Local purveyors include
Chuck's Waterfront Grill, Marmalade Cafe', Spices N Rice,
Commercial Fishermen, and Olivos Del Mar.
This year the Santa Barbara
Maritime Museum is honoring Thomas C. Parker, President of the
Hutton Parker Foundation. Long-time supporters of the Santa
Barbara Maritime Museum, the Hutton Parker Foundation provides
organizational sustainability to community-based nonprofit
organizations throughout Santa Barbara County.
Silent and live auction items
include a private tour for four of the Reagan Ranch, use of the
Maritime Museum’s Fourth Floor for the Fourth of July Fireworks,
and private cruises aboard the Condor Express and the
Maritime Museum’s 95-year old flagship, Ranger. Proceeds
will help support the Maritime Museum’s educational and
curatorial programs. Each year up to 8,000 tri-county students
visit the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum to learn more about our
local maritime history and culture.
Tickets are $100 per person for
general admission, and include sample tastings from over thirty
restaurants and caterers, wineries, breweries, and distilleries.
VIP tickets are $200 per person, Patron tables range from $1,800
to $5,000. Patron seating and VIP admission begins at 5:00 p.m.,
and general admission is 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Tickets are available at (805)
962-8404, ext. 102,at
email@example.com, or through our website at
www.sbmm.org. Contact Greg
Gorga, executive Director with questions at ext.103.
Costa Mesa, CA ---
A diverse line up of events and festivals are slated during
March in conjunction with the Orange County Market Place,
the weekend swap meet at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa
Mesa. They include the annual events: Spring Pet Days, St.
Patrick’s Day Celebration & Green Festival, Easter Festival
and Bugstock, a classic VW Bug Car Show and Beatles Tribute
concert presented by K-Earth 101 FM radio station.
The 4th Annual
Spring Pet Days kicks
off the series as a two day event slated for March
9 and 10 and features several
nonprofit organizations and specialty rescue centers with
animals ready for adoption along with displays and
presentations on pet wellness, spay and neuter information,
training tips and various animal welfare subjects. Pet
product vendors are also included at the event which runs in
conjunction with the Market Place’s regular operating hours
a.m. to 4 p.m. The public may not bring their
personal pets to this event, with the exception of service
Admission, which includes swap meet entrance, is $2 or free
with a donation of two cans or one bag of unopened cat or
dog food for local animal shelters and rescue groups. For
additional information call 949-241-9625 or send email toOCPetDays@yahoo.com.
things green will share the spotlight during the 7th Annual
St. Patrick’s Day Celebration & GreenFestivalon
Sunday, March 17 from 10
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Combining a bit o’ the Blarney
spirit and eco-friendly living, activities will range a
broad spectrum with everything from zero waste, composting,
plastic bag weaving to green food, Irish dancers and
unique tie to the Emerald Isle is that Ireland was the first
country to take a strong stand against the use of plastic
bags, and develop a tax on them, which was in 2002. This
resulted in an almost immediate 94% drop in plastic bag use
in Ireland after the tax was effective and set the standard
for other countries to follow suit. Attendees are
encouraged to bring and donate their plastic bags to be used
for crocheting purposes, reusable bags and sleeping mats for
Three Irish dance schools will take center stage with shows
all day, starting at 10
a.m. Nearly 100 dancers, many of them world
champions, will perform jigs, reels, and soft and hard shoe
numbers while donning their academy’s distinctive colorful
Claddagh School of Irish Dancing
from Lake Forest performs at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m.
followed by the Aniar Academy of Irish Dance from Laguna
Niguel at Noon and 1
p.m. Butler-Fearon O’Connor School of Irish Dance
in Mission Viejo will round out the Festival dancing
p.m. and 3 p.m.
host of eco activities and educational opportunities will be
presented by Earth Resource Foundation, a Costa Mesanonprofit
organization that teaches people how to integrate
environmental responsibility where they live, work and play.
Local high school and college students will pair up with
community groups and businesses to present interactive
displays, games, booths and mini stage presentations
covering a myriad of subjects.
Gourmet food trucks Calbi BBQ, Crepes Bonaparte and Seabirds
will be offering special Irish and “green” food items. The
Market Place will offer green beer and lemonade along with
green mint ice cream.
Additional information on the Earth Resource Foundation is
available at www.earthresource.org or
by calling (949) 645-5163.
The 7th Annual
Easter Festival, which is traditionally held the
Saturday before Easter Sunday, will move to the week before
and is set for Sunday,
March 24 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Children can get ready for the holiday with a free egg
coloring kit offered to the first 500 kids in line for the
Treasure Hunt which starts at 10 a.m. Youngsters are
encouraged to bring their Easter baskets to participate in
the hunt in which they will visit various Market Place
vendors and food operations for candy and treats including
plastic eggs, some with gold tickets hidden inside to win
giant Easter baskets.
Bring your cameras for free photo opportunities with the
Easter bunny from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Other free activities include face painting,
giant mural coloring, and the marionette puppet show Uncle
Gus’ Puppet Carnival at 10:30 a.m., noon and 2 p.m.
presented by Pullin’ Strings Puppet Productions of Huntington
K-EARTH 101′s Bugstock 2013 is
Saturday, March 30 from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. and is one of the largest VW car shows and
displays in Southern California for VW Bugs, Buses, Ghias,
Custom Vintage VWs, and Dune Buggies. In addition there
will be a Beatles tribute concert by Hard Day’s Night at
noon and 2 p.m. along with a tie-dye booth, kids-zone, and
vendor village. For more information on this event including
signing up for the car show Registration fees apply to car
Admission to all March events is included in the swap meet
general admission, which is $2. Children 12 and under are
Market Place will be closed Easter Sunday, March 31.
its 44th year, the Orange County Market Place
operates every weekend, except during the annual Orange
County Fair, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nearly 1,000 vendors
offer a variety of products and services, as well as a fresh
produce area, used luxury car sales lot, home and garden
center, hair salons, a variety of food concessions, arts
and crafts and much more. More information is available at
www.ocmarketplace.com or by calling 949-723-6660.
The eighth annual Fashion Week El
Paseo™ unfolds March 15-23, 2013 under the Big White Tent on
Larkspur Lane between El Paseo and Shadow Mountain in Palm
Desert, California -- the heart of Palm Desert's most celebrated
shopping district: El Paseo.
Fashion Week El Paseo™ showcases
the newest collections by top designers as well as fresh ideas
by emerging designers. Produced by Palm Springs Life,
it has become one of the Coachella Valley's most popular events.
& Wine Festival Palm Desert will gather the brightest and most
inspired chefs from California for three extraordinary days of
culinary and wine tasting under The Big White Tent on Larkspur
between El Paseo and Shadow Mountain in Palm Desert, CA. This
event will be uniquely educational in focus, showcasing the
Coachella Valley as a culinary destination.
Join the Family Care Network as we celebrate our
10th annual Miracle Miles for Kids Walk/Run on
April 27th, 2013. Over the past ten years, race
participants and the community have come together for the foster
and high-needs children and families served by FCNI,
cumulatively raising well over $800,000 dollars in support. Join
us this year as we race to meet our goal of raising our 10 year
total to $1 Million! Together, we can truly be the
difference in the lives of children and families here on the
Central Coast. It’s time to run for a reason.
MM4K’s 10k (6.2 miles) race course runs along the
water’s edge from Morro Rock to the Cayucos Pier, one of the
most beautiful stretches of beach in California. When
participants cross the finish line, they are treated to a
post-race party with live music, lunch, a diverse vendor fair,
children’s activities and an award ceremony. Additionally, every
walker/runner receives a goody bag filled with fun items and a
2013 Miracle Miles t-shirt! This event has something for
everyone—from the serious athlete trying to beat their best
personal time, to moms and dads looking for something fun the
whole family can enjoy. Visit mm4k.com to register and for more
information or feel free to call us at (805) 781-3535.”
19th annual “World’s Smallest” Air Show will
be held Saturday May 25 & Sunday May 26, 2013 from 8 AM
until 2 PM. There will be ultralight, light sport, &
general aviation flying & static displays, RC airplanes, a
rocket demonstration, sky divers, & other events. Food &
memorabilia will be available. There will be activities for
kids. Admission & parking are free. Check our website
for directions. For more information, email
or call (661) 261-3216.
Restaurant Week "Uncorked", will be held the
Wednesday & Thursday nights before the first
night of Restaurant Week, serving as the official event that
"Uncorks" Restaurant Week.
During this two night culinary event of specialty dinners,
a limited number of participating restaurants will offer
specialty-themed dinners, where every course will
be paired with a different wine, beer, or spirit.
Mothers Polish Classic at Pismo Beach Classic & Street Rod Show,
June 14 – 16, 2013 is now approaching itʼs 28th year. The
is Central California’s finest seaside classic & street rod
show. The show is located in the beautiful downtown area of
Pismo Beach and on the pier. This 3 day event features over 900
show cars, giant Budweiser Beer Garden by the beach, large name
manufacturers like Ford, GM, Mothers Polish, Sta-Bil, GEICO and
more, over 120 vendors, cruise night Friday & Saturday, local
merchant shopping, opening night gala event, live music,
celebrity appearances, giant robots, Steak & Lobster Dinner on
Saturday, live charity auction, trophy presentation and approx.
show comes each year on Fatherʼs Day weekend. This show is open
years, makes, models of cars. Over 150 trophies are awarded each
year to car show participants. 20 cars are chosen for the “Gold
Class” each year. The Gold Class are hand picked and compete
for the Platinum Award.
This show benefits the Folds of Honor Foundation, for more info
Cars & Vendors may REGISTER NOW at
www.thepismobeachclassic.com or by phone at 909-307-2727 or
fax your registration form in to 951-742-4624. Registration
$65.00 thru Dec. 31, $80.00 Jan. 1 thru May 16, $100 May 17 thru
June 9. Pre-Registration closes June 9, 2013. Weekend of show
registration $115.00. All registrations include an event
T-Shirt, Goodie Bag & Dash Plaque. Hours: Friday / Saturday 9
am – 9 pm, Sunday 9 am – 5 pm. We’ll see you in Pismo Beach!
Call Today For More Information - (866) 450-7469
Siskiyou Arts Council is hosting the 3rd annual Art on the
Block, with a new emphasis on exploring environmental
awareness and education through the arts. The event is
scheduled on August 3, 2013 to coincide with the Mount
Shasta Summit Century cycling event, which takes place on
August 4th. Art on the
will again be part of the Scott Valley Bank Summer Concert
Series, and will offer live music throughout the day, with a
major evening concert. Two other area events that typically
take place close to the first week in August are the State
of Jefferson Brewfest, and Shasta Taiko. Both events have
undergone major changes and will not be taking place during
this time period.
would like to invite area artists to inquire about vendor
opportunities, and ideas for temporary art installations at
the event. The event will also feature a luthier's gathering
(guitar builders), and interested parties are invited to
inquire. The event will also feature competitions for junk
art, recycled art, musical instruments made of trash, and
similar themes. Artists can visit
firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (530) 938-0130.
America's most unique swap meet, is a celebration of food, fun,
value and the entrepreneurial spirit. With some two million
visitors each year, the Orange County Market Place has grown to
become the centerpiece of the Orange County outdoor shopping
Open Every Saturday and Sunday
(except Easter Sunday & during the Orange County Fair) from 7 am
to 4 pm at the
OC Fair & Events Center
88 Fair Drive - OC Fair & Event Center
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
(PG&E), the California Department of Boating and Waterways (DBW),
and California State Parks
to Take Precautions this Season
Calif.– Outdoor recreationists should take serious precautions
against cold temperatures and swift currents when in or near
waterthis spring. Despite this year’s
below-normal snowfall, the spring snowmelt can still
result in swift and cold river flows that can create treacherous
conditions for all recreationists – waders, swimmers, paddlers,
boaters, anglers, and even hikers cooling off at the water’s
The utility and state departments cautioned that even though the
water content of California’s mountain snowpack is near 40
percent of normal, there is still a significant amount of water
in the snowpack and it is rapidly melting as mid-spring
temperatures continue to warm. As
warmer weather and longer days accelerate melting snow in
mountainous regions, water temperatures will continue to drop
and flows will continue to rise in waterways and reservoirs,
with some reservoirs spilling and resulting in higher flows
planning outings near mountain streams, rivers and reservoirs
need to be vigilant and take appropriate safety measures,” said
Debbie Powell, director of PG&E’s hydro generation department.
“Water flows will fluctuate with the warming and cooling of the
day so always be prepared for a change in conditions.”
experienced swimmers can get caught in swift river flows,” said
DBW’s Acting Director Lucia C. Becerra. “Stay safe by checking
water conditions before taking a boating trip,
wear a life jacket, and
“Spring is a wonderful time to visit our beautiful lakes and
rivers,” said Ruth Coleman, director of California State Parks.
“But please read the safety tips in this water safety warning
because making a mistake could threaten the life of a loved
Water safety tips:
Know the Water
Sudden immersion in cold water
can stimulate the “gasp reflex” causing an involuntary
inhalation of air or water. It can even trigger cardiac arrest,
temporary paralysis, hypothermia and drowning.
When faced with swift water, even the strongest
swimmers may be easily overwhelmed.
Cold water entering the ear canal
can cause vertigo and disorientation. This may confuse swimmers,
causing them to venture deeper into the water.
Know your limits
Swimming in open water is more
difficult than in a swimming pool – people tire more quickly and
can get into trouble.
Cold water causes impairment leading to fatalities. It reduces
body heat 25
30 times faster than air does at the same
Many unseen obstacles can be lurking below the water’s surface.
Swift water can make these obstacles even more treacherous.
Guided trips for inexperienced paddlers are recommended.
Wear a life
Conditions change quickly in open
water and even the best swimmers can misjudge the water and
their skills when boating or swimming. Wearing a life jacket can
increase survival time.
A life jacket can provide some
thermal protection against the onset of hypothermia and keep you
afloat until someone else can rescue you.
supervise children in and around open bodies of water,
giving them your undivided attention. Appoint a designated
“water watcher,” taking turns with other adults.
Teach children that swimming in open water is
not the same as swimming in a pool: they need to be aware of
uneven surfaces, river currents, ocean undertow and changing
Know the Law
under 13must wear
a Coast Guard-approved
life jacket when on a moving vessel that is 26 feet or less in
A Coast Guard-approved life jacket must be
carried for each person on board a boat. This includes rigid or
Every person on board a personal
watercraft (popularly known as “jet skis”) and any person being
towed behind a vessel must wear a Coast Guard-approved life
It is against the law to operate a
boat or water ski with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of
0.08 percent or more. You can be arrested even when your BAC is
less than 0.08 percent if conditions are deemed to be unsafe.
enhances public access to California’s waterways and promotes
on-the-water safety to California’s more than four million
motorized and non-motorized boaters through programs funded by
vessel registration fees, boating fuel tax dollars and boating
facility construction loan payments. For more information, visit
California State Parks manages 278 parks units in a system that
contains 1.5 million acres, 300 miles of the California
coastline, 640 miles of lakefront and more than 300 miles of
rivers. More than 65-million people visited State Parks in 2010.
For more information, visit www.parks.ca.gov.
– California’s Department of Boating and
Waterways (DBW) and Coastal Commission’s Boating Clean and Green
Program invite boaters to become Dockwalkers.
Training is free and Dockwalking is a fantastic way to interact
with boaters to help keep California’s marinas, waterways, and
ocean clean and healthy.
“It is important for boaters to not only boat
safely, but to also implement clean boating practices,” stated
DBW’s Acting Director Lucia Becerra. “Safety and protecting the
environment go hand in hand.”
The Dockwalker Program educates boaters to be
safe and environmentally sound while boating in California
through its volunteer Dockwalkers. The volunteers are trained to
conduct face-to-face boater education and distribute boater kits
with educational information while visiting marinas, boat launch
ramps, boat shows and events. Hours
spent training or educating the public qualify as community
Marinas also benefit from the Dockwalker Program.
Involvement in this program provides marinas with the
educational materials and tools to operate a clean boating
facility and minimize water quality impacts.
Partnerships with the Santa Monica Bay
Restoration Foundation, the Keep the Delta Clean Program and
many more organizations have made this program successful. Since
the year 2000, more than 600 volunteers have become Dockwalkers
and more than 90,000 boater kits have been distributed
California’s Recreational Boaters Encouraged to Boat Clean and
the California Department of Boating and Waterways (DBW),
California has more
than four million motorized and non-motorized
recreational boaters. The negative impact that these boaters can
have on California’s marine environment and boating facilities,
can be significant.
news is that DBW provides a number of environmental services
that boaters can use to minimize their impact on the marine
environment. Below are some of these services:
Cleaning Guide Book. The spread
of aquatic invasive species, such as quagga/zebra mussels,
can create havoc in the marine environment and damage motor
Boat Cleaning Guide Book was compiled specifically for
boat owners and watercraft users with general guidelines for
all boaters and a basic checklist for inspecting and
cleaning boats and recreational equipment for aquatic
invasive species. There are also additional inspection and
cleaning checklists for specific types of boats and
Pumpouts. It is
important for boaters to use
sewage pumpouts or
mobile-pumpout services to properly dispose of raw
sewage. In some areas, dumping raw sewage into waterways can
be illegal. Most importantly this practice can be unsafe for
humans and the marine environment. Plan ahead and find out
where your nearest pumpout station is located and how to
properly use it.
Recycling Stations. Besides
making sure that you keep your trash on board, make sure to
recycle monofilament fishing line appropriately.
Monofilament fishing line can entangle and kill wildlife,
and cause boat damage. Fishing line is not biodegradable and
can remain in the environment for more than 600 years. Take
advantage of shore-side facilities to properly dispose of
recycle your fishing line.
a Vessel Properly. Proper
disposal of an unwanted vessel is a vital part of clean and
responsible boating. Because there are several environmental
hazards associated with old vessels, including used oil,
solvents and used batteries, it is important that all vessel
owners properly dispose of their vessels at the appropriate
time. There are
several options for proper vessel disposal: Vessel
Turn-In Program, donating, recycling and dismantling.
Collect, Report. Spill-proof
oil changes with oil absorbent pads and dispose of them and
oil filters properly. Remember to never use soap to disperse
fuel and oil spills. It increases harm to the environment
and it is illegal. Also, remember to report oil spills
immediately to the
For more detailed information on these
environmental services and to find out about other resources
"Quagga and zebra mussels are a serious threat to our aquatic environment
and fisheries," Director of the Department of Fish and Game (DFG)
John McCamman said. "It's crucial that everyone who uses public
waters takes the time to make sure they're not moving these mussels
from place to place. It only takes a few mussels to infest an entire
waterway and destroy the ecosystem there."
What you can do to help prevent their spread in
California, visit the DFG Web site at www.dfg.ca.gov/invasives/quaggamussel.