San Joaquin Valley 
Stormwater Quality Partnership



Marine Science study field trip

08/28/2015 10:35 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Hi All,

Thanks to grant funds from Waste Management, PG&E, and the Lower Mokelumne Partnership, (US Fish and Wildlife, CA Dept. Of Fish and Wildlife, and EBMUD), the City of Lodi  has secured funding for three Marine Science study field trips for this year’s City of Lodi Storm Drain Detectives and friends.  More info, curriculum, etc. for  the Marine Science Program:   

Teachers who have chosen their trip are noted.   Other interested adult stakeholders/partners/educators/chaperones are welcome to join us.  RSVP if interested. 

Teachers- Sill waiting to hear from a few of you. Feel free to fill the half full busses.

Itineraries for three (3) round trips are as follows:

Tuesday, November 10, 2015- 7:15am-7:30pm: SF BAY- Lodi- San Francisco-Lodi

Tokay High- Sandi Starr- 35-40 students- (10-15 seats available)

                Leaving from Lodi High School, 3 S. Pacific Ave., Lodi, at 7:3015 AM

                to  San Francisco Pier 39 (Aquarium of the Bay),  (

                to Pier 40 Harbor, SF, and return.   


Monday, February 15, 2016-  7:3015am- 7:00pm- DELTA- Lodi-Locke- Antioch-Lodi-  

OPEN- 50 seats available.

                Leaving from Lodi High by 7:3015 AM, 3 S. Pacific Ave., Lodi

                Isenberg Sandhill Reserve- Woodbridge Road, Woodbridge (

                Delta Cross Channel

                Locke- 13920 Main St, Walnut Grove, CA 95690

                Oakley- Big Break East Bay Park-


                Antioch Marina-  One Marina Plaza, Antioch, CA 94509 and return.

Friday, April 1, 2016- 7:15am- 7:30pm- SF BAY- San Francisco- Redwood City-  

Lodi High- Ms. Turner- Honors Biology- 35 students- (10-15 seats available)

                Leaving from Lodi High by 7:30am AM, 3 S. Pacific Ave., Lodi,

                Aquarium of the Bay- Pier 39, SF- (

                Marine Science Institute- 500 Discovery Parkway, Redwood City, CA 94063-4715 ( and return.


Kathy Grant

Kathy Grant

City of Lodi- Public Works

Watershed Program Coordinator


Ext. 2317

Cell- 209.327.2063

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“that area of land, a bounded hydrologic system, within which all living things are inextricably

linked by their common water course and where, as humans settled, simple logic demanded that they become part of a community.”

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