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We also need our partners to achieve our goal of a clean and healthy bay. This year, our partners have helped us with a wide variety of important projects.
Becka Kelly, Harbor Department Supervisor, dons protective gear before pouring some oil into the drum to be recycled. The County of San Luis Obispo completed three different restoration projects in the Los Osos area that provide important native habitats to protected species. Coastal San Luis Resource Conservation District brought a group of local restoration partners together to begin planning a new wetland restoration project in Los Osos Valley.
The Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County worked with private landowners to protect agricultural land and native habitats from future development. These are just a few examples of the hard work happening around our watershed to protect clean water and healthy habitats by committed partner organizations, individual landowners, and citizens.
I am so proud to be a part of this community and I hope you are, too. Whether you support these efforts through volunteering, or remembering to conserve water at home, informing yourself about the issues affecting Morro Bay, or donating to help with our work in the watershed, you are a part of the legacy and the future of the Morro Bay estuary. Total Suspended Solids. Why This Matters. Total suspended solids TSS are what is left over when a water sample is filtered and dried.
While a small percentage of phytoplankton or pieces of plant matter remain, most of TSS is made up of sediment. Suspended solids come from resuspension within the estuary as well as erosion from streambanks, salt marshes and the upland portion of the watershed. This material is then delivered to the estuary via tributaries.
Increasing suspended sediments reduce water clarity, and impact primary producers such as eelgrass, seaweeds, and phytoplankton. PREP Goal. No increasing trends for total suspended solids.