How Will Your Drinking Water Fare This Winter?

By Staff Reports

(Victorville)–Interested in our High Desert environment? Join the Mojave River Vatershed Group for a public information meeting to learn about the efforts made by local municipalities to prevent stormwater pollution in the Mojave River, the High Desert’s local water resource. The High Desert is unique. Water flowing into storm drains and underground following a rain or snow melt doesn’t flow into the ocean but into our local waterway – the Mojave River.

This river water is then used in our faucets, hoses and other ways, making it all the more important to keep the river free of pollution. Following a brief presentation on the 2011-2012 achievements, County, City and Town representatives will be on hand for a Q&A session and to speak individually with attendees. Pick up your free raffle ticket when you enter!

There will be gift certificates from local restaurants and businesses that you can win!  Thursday, November 15, 2012 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at City of Victorville City Hall Conference Room D 14343 Civic Drive Victorville, CA 92392.

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