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Sandrine Cassidy is the VP and Deborah Gregory is the Secretary of the Ballona Creek Renaissance. This is a no-profit 501 (c) (3) organization based in Culver City, California. Their purpose is to improve Ballona Creek and the community's use of it in the following ways: Water quality Ecosystems Recreation Education Attractiveness and amenities In addition, BCR seeks to provide educational and service opportunities for students and community members to learn more about our environment and how we can work together to make it better, step by step. BCR seeks a consensus on improvements to the creek and its watershed that respects the interests of all stakeholders. We work with various groups and sponsor public workshops to gather ideas and opinions. As a result, we have gathered strong support from broad areas of the community. Our growing list of partners includes: Public agencies at all levels of government: Federal, State, County, City and School District Environmental and recreational organizations Businesses Community groups Students and teachers Interested individuals and the general public Tune in to learn more about all the great work they are doing.
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