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HelpBlueWater.com is a movement perpetuated by Artists as they present their creative worlds. By harnessing their abilities to draw attention and inspire action, we can fulfill our environmental responsibilities and have fun in the process.

"After silence,
that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible
is music."
           - Aldous Huxley

Beyond ourselves, the ocean is a precious habitat providing life from the bottom of its floor to the land and sky above. But, our priceless resource seems be to under attack. In a period of less than 15 years, we have lost all of our near-shore abalone, nearly all of the sand crabs with many other marine species dwindling in number as well. The entire marine ecology has been permanently interrupted - animals that have relied on specific food sources can no longer survive. Whales, dolphins, porpoises, seals, sea lions and other marine mammals have also experienced poor health and a sharp decline. The trend is reversible, however with help of Blue Water movements.

HelpBlueWater.com organizes special events for the purpose of fundraising and implementation of realistic environmental solutions. Our mission is to raise ocean/environmental awareness by presenting music festivals featuring outstanding musicians, artists and filmmakers.

On our website, you'll find Music, a Message and a Mission. You can also view our Calendar archive, or even Drop us a Line!

Additionally, we feature a list of our Partners, and of course there are our Hot Topics.

Our movement relies on artists to attract attention to our community's most vital concerns, beginning with our most valuable resource -
the Ocean.

Save Trestles!

The Transportation Corridor Agency (TCA) is currently seeking the building of
an extension to the 241 Toll Road,
connecting the terminus to Interstate 5.

The TCA has proposed six alignments;
four of which run directly through and along the San Mateo Creek.

This project is a threat to the the world-class surf break at Trestles (Uppers, Lowers, Middles, Church and Cottons,) including Southern California's last remaining pristine coastal watershed. In addition, this project would result in the degradation of a local habitat that is critical to the survival of
at least seven endandered species.

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