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Paradise Creek Educational Park

Paradise Creek Educational Park fue creado en National City en 1999 como una organización sin fines de lucro, comprometida a la restauración del hábitat y al mejoramiento de la calidad del agua, y para proporcionar oportunidades educativas y de partiipación a las comunidades que rodean los humedales y las vías navegables locales. Paradise Creek Educational Park y Ocean Connectors trabajan juntos en la restauración de Paradise Creek y en la creación de programas de educación ambiental.

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Paradise Creek Educational Park

Paradise Creek Educational Park was formed in National City in 1999 as a nonprofit organization committed to habitat restoration and improvement of water quality, and to providing educational and participation opportunities to the communities that surround local wetlands and waterways. Paradise Creek Educational Park and Ocean Connectors work together on the restoration of Paradise Creek and on the creation of environmental education programs.

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