San Clemente Pier News
State and utility officials applauded the completion yesterday of the world's first artificial kelp reef, which they say will provide a thriving habitat for fish and marine organisms for decades.
Spread over two miles south of San Clemente Pier, the pioneering reef was undertaken by Southern California Edison to make up for environmental damage caused by the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. read more
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