Monthly Archives: November, 2019

Wolves of Winter

November 28th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Wolves of Winter”

The 2019 european slalom season draws to an end. As everyone gradually constitutes their highway residence and resets for upcoming 2020 assortment, this short film showcases the best times that were had throughout the season. From World Cups to World Champs to really pure off irrigate joke, this years tour had it all. From one Australian to the rest, im energized to see us Aussies pushing the boundries and genuinely starting to take it to a european dominated play, I’m excited to see how far we can push it. Let keep it coming and keep the good times coming!

Tristan Carter

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‘World’s largest tree by the sea’ will be lit Saturday in San Clemente

November 16th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “‘World’s largest tree by the sea’ will be lit Saturday in San Clemente”

Outlets at San Clemente will host its fifth annual Tree Lighting Celebration on Saturday, Nov. 16, boasting Santa and a live reindeer meet-and-greet, straying carolers and musicians from the Orange County School of the Arts.

The 110 -foot white fir from Mt. Shasta — statement as “The World’s Tallest Tree by the Sea” — will be covered in more than 18,000 glittering, multicolored lights. To add to the festive stage, there will be a special ” snow ” fall over San Clemente. After the event, guests can get a head start on Christmas shopping with exclusive deals until 9 p. m.

IF YOU GO

When: 4-6: 30 p.m. Saturday

Where: Shop at San Clemente, Center Court, 101 West Avenida Vista Hermosa, San Clemente

Information: outletsatsanclemente.com/ reindeer

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The 24th GreenRace

November 15th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “The 24th GreenRace”

Congrats to all the Green Race racers for coming over here and throwing it their all with some spicy epoches, and to a great safety crew for helping us make it happen. For some it was victory, for others redemption, friendly contender, or just trying to get to the bottom. As always the Green River delivered every fib imaginable from the sugared smell of success to bitter experience of beatering. Thanks to the thousands of parties that ordered the banks to cheer everyone on, to all the volunteers that represent the occurrence happen, and to the racers for putting on the line.

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Coastal Conservation Association releases 2020 calendar

November 14th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Coastal Conservation Association releases 2020 calendar”

STATEWIDE–The Coastal Conservation Association of California has formed its 2020 CCA CAL Sportfishing Tide Calendar available to the public for acquisition. Anglers and others can find the docket at undertake storages, landings and all Turner’s Outdoorsman stores.

“This year’s calendar has more than just great draws, important dates and tide maps, ” Coastal Conservation Association staff said in a released announcement about the 2020 schedule. “It includes a tribute to the late photographer, angler and conservationist Tony Pena and a monthly drawing for enormous trophies from patrons such as AFTCO, Accurate, Costa, Promar, Shimano, Fred Hall Shows and more.”

All schedules are marked with a special entry number. Your purchase of the calendar automatically penetrates you into a contest. An enter list is likely to be picked and announced on the third Saturday of each month. The prevail list will be announced on 97.3 FM and the Let’s Talk Hookup App.

Calendar sales help the Coastal Conservation Association of California pursue many of its projects.

The association is also accepting dealer investigations. Contact Bill Varney at fishthesurf @mail. com for more information.

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2019 Green Race Winning Run

November 10th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “2019 Green Race Winning Run”

The Green Race is one of the few phenomena I exactly refuse to miss. The greatest assortment of fast racers, the best crowd in kayaking, and one of the toughest races to keep her smooth top to bottom. Though still far from perfect, stoked to frame it all together once again to make the make. That sub 4 they are still ready to be broken, and there is no doubt it is possible. Though I didn’t get below 4 like numerous wanted to see, still fuelled to finish on top again, and mounted a new direction record. 2020 12 noon can’t come fast enough generate I am ready to go again!

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KSBR Radio Interviews Coastkeeper Leaders on 20 Years of Water Protection

November 6th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “KSBR Radio Interviews Coastkeeper Leaders on 20 Years of Water Protection”

Orange County Coastkeeper had the opportunity to interview with Dawn Kamber, bulletin director of KSBR- Saddleback College radio station. Dawn invited Coastkeeper’s Garry Brown, founder and president, and Ray Hiemstra, associate administrator of programs, to her studio at the Saddleback campus on Tuesday, Nov. 5.

Ray, Garry and Dawn

In light of Coastkeeper’s 20 th commemoration, the radio host requested Garry and Ray about the nonprofit’s history of irrigate armour in the region, and had them talk about Coastkeeper’s programs and accomplishments during the past 20 years.

Listen to the full interview below.

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The 30 -minute segment will air live on KSBR radio (8 8.5 HD2) on Monday, December 16, at 7 p. m. Be sure to tune in!

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Casa Romantica’s workshops will make holiday wreath-making easy

November 4th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Casa Romantica’s workshops will make holiday wreath-making easy”

Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens is getting ready for the holidays with its annual Holiday Succulent Wreaths workshops. Because of the vogue of the affair, this is gonna be two castes: Wednesdays, Nov. 6 and Nov. 13.

Gather with friends for a amusing holiday crafting incident creating a living wreath utilizing succulents like those grown in the Casa gardens. These handmade wreaths are excellent for the holidays and can last all time long. Cost is $45 general admittance, $40 members and includes all cloths. Register at casaromantica.org.

IF YOU GO

When: 7 p. m. Nov. 6 and Nov. 13

Where: Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens( Main Salon ), 415 Avenida Granada, San Clemente

Information: 949 -4 98 -2 139

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Conservation group, Hubbs-SeaWorld releases baby halibut into Mission Bay

November 1st, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Conservation group, Hubbs-SeaWorld releases baby halibut into Mission Bay”

SAN DIEGO–The Coastal Conservation Association of California liberated 2,300 baby halibut into San Diego’s Mission Bay in late October, as part of an experimental program with Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute. The child halibut were offspring from fish grab during broodstock excursions deported earlier this year.

Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute propelled its Dick Laub Fisheries Replenishment Program several years ago. Scientists and researchers at the institute began exploring what other fish species could benefit from a replenishment planned. The organization already has a replenishment program in place for white sea bass and hoped it could be replicated for other species.

Halibut was eventually selected as the next species to focus on, and members of the institute teamed up with the Coastal Conservation Association of California to catch 11 flatfish. The safarus cured both make-up demonstrate a San Diego broodstock population.

The institute appointed broodstock cisterns at its Mission Bay laboratory, where the catch halibut incorporated into a mandated quarantine.

Baby halibut from the broodstock planned were finally exhausted last month.

The Log and FishRap News will monitor the halibut planned and follow-up with a feature story.

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