Friday, January 16, 2015:
Today in Pacific Coast Salmon Coalition we went to Warner Creek and jumped in with our waders on so we didn’t get wet. We went up the entire creek. We started at the mouth of the creek and we were picking up garbage. So we walked up the creek 2 miles and we picked up trash. We had to climb under multiple bridges. Also we had a ground crew that picked up trash along the creek and road. The reason this is so important to do is because the debris and the garbage can clog the river preventing the fish from getting through. Also the garbage can pollute the water and it will kill the fish.