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Posted: Friday, March 6, 2009 10:00 pm

Who: The City of Lodi - Storm Drain Detective students went on a marine research vessel trip on Veteran's Day, sampling the marine life of the San Francisco Bay. These students from Lodi currently monitor the Mokelumne River for stormwater effects on water quality of the river. Tokay High School, Lodi High School and Lodi Academy students, teachers and parents attended.

Destination: The group boarded a S.F. Bay Marine Science Institute research vessel in Richmond, then traveled to the bay, northeast of Golden Gate Bridge.

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