CHEER's efforts have cleared out tons of trash and enabled steelhead trout to return to the San Benito River after 75 years.
A first step toward resolving years of water quality problems.
2019 EPA inspection identified 11 areas of concern and described the facility as ‘aging’ and in ‘significant noncompliance.’
Central Coast ranchers, resource managers, researchers, and regulators gathered to exchange ideas
Administration responds to students' water quality complaints at San Benito High School.
San Benito County Water District responds to claim of their position on pollution of groundwater
SBC Water Agency Says Existing Gas/Oil Wells Do Not Pollute Groundwater
Local environmentalists will briefly explain the dangers of hydraulic fracturing, and ask the City Council to ban it in the city.
This message to county residents urges them to become informed about fracking and contact local, state and federal representatives with their views on the subject.