Estuario Resident Artists
This week, Estuario Resident Artist Michelle Malley released her first video workshop, What to Do With My Glass?, centered in viable alternatives to reuse our empty glass bottles. This is the first video of a weekly series.
Taking care of the sewers, I protect the sea
Learn about the efforts focused on good used oil disposal management and its importance to the San Juan Bay Estuary Watershed. These are centered around Estuario’s Resilient Community Hubs and aim to reduce oil contamination through urban water infrastructure.
The campaign Don’t let it touch the ground or reach the water also aims to improve solid waste management throughout the communities surrounding calle Loíza, in San Juan. It includes several participating businesses in the area who have implemented responsible waste management strategies.
See the video here.
Cine del Estuario
Estuario Cinema returns to the outdoors!
Next Saturday, July 3, 2021 Estuario Cinema presents: Moana, at 7PM in the Condado Lagoon’s Jaime Benítez Park.
Interested individuals and families can reserve spaces at our event portal: http://estuario.org/eventos
Estuario is looking to filo vacancies in the following positions:
Preparing for the Hurricane Season
The month of June marks the beginning for the Atlantic hurricane season. As part of hazard mitigation efforts, Estuario has started a season-wide informative campaign, centered in the promotion of Estuario’s Virtual Resilent Community Hub. The hub continues to be updated with essential information to the public regarding preparation and hazard mitigation management.
The San Juan Bay Estuary Watershed’s water quality management and restoration actions are possible thanks to our public. Donations to the San Juan Bay Estuary Program are deductible in Federal and Local tax returns.
For more information and to make a donation, click here: https://estuario.org/donate/