Preservation group marks Lagoon Day celebrated

Tom McCarthy, Paul Haydu, Claire McGreal, Tom McGreal

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Del Mar’s San Dieguito Lagoon Preservation Committee held a Lagoon Day April 17 at the Powerhouse to celebrate the successful progress of the San Dieguito Lagoon Restoration and hear the story of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, presented by Jesse Powell, a graduate researcher from Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Photos: Jon Clark

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  1. Del Mar: Lagoon Day Celebration is April 17
  2. Opinion: San Dieguito Lagoon restoration nears completion
  3. La Jolla researchers to visit Great Pacific Garbage Patch
  4. Fish population soars at wetlands lagoon
  5. Lagoon walk honors Finnell, raises funds for Del Mar Community Connections program

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