By Staff Reports
(Victor Valley)– The Mojave River Watershed Group, an organization dedicated to educating the High Desert community about stormwater pollution prevention, has launched a public community survey asking for residents and chamber members thoughts about trash in the High Desert. The survey can be filled out online here.
Litter can have lasting impacts on the High Desert’s environment and water supply. There is an increased focus among County and local municipalities to understand residents’ feelings and concerns about trash pollution to help identify appropriate solutions.
Upon the completion of this three-minute survey, participants will be entered to win a $50 Visa gift card. To be considered, the survey and all of the contact fields must be completed in its entirety.
The survey closes by end of business day on Friday, June 21, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.
About Mojave River Watershed Group (MRWG): MRWG is an organization dedicated to educating the High Desert communities including the City of Hesperia, City of Victorville, Town of Apple Valley and other unincorporated areas of the County of San Bernardino about stormwater pollution prevention. For more information, visit www.mojaveriver.org. Like MWRG on www.Facebook.com/mojavewatershed follow MRWG on Twitter @mojaveriver and on Instagram @mojavewatershed.