Mutts for the Bay
Picking up after your pet helps keep our waters clean and protects people and wildlife from harmful bacteria.
Supporters keep us going!
Special thanks to the Harold J. Miossi Charitable Trust, which has provided a generous grant for the Mutts for the Bay program! This grant has paid for the purchase, installation, and supply of bags for three new dispensers in the Morro Bay watershed, one at Cloisters Park in Morro Bay and two in Los Osos. This grant also provides:
We are very grateful for the Harold J. Miossi Trust’s ongoing support.
Anna Aven in memory of Buddy Aven and in honor of good dogs everywhere
Kathy Baker and her dogs, Berkeley, Henri, and Dory
Jinny Cahill, in memory of Tom Cahill
The Casidas and The Doxies
The County of San Luis Obispo’s Stormwater Management Program
Keith and Rhonda Crowfoot, in honor of all good dogs
Robert Christie and his dogs, Annie and Mackie
Dory and Ricky Dickenson
Julie Loe in honor of Toby Tang
Erika & Gerry Luhr in honor of Toby Tang
Morro Bay Active Adults Senior Center
Morro Cove Homeowner’s Association
North Morro Bay Dog Owners
The Shell Shop
Peter Starlings Real Estate and Larry
Tamara, Simon, and Missy, in honor of Shirley & Duane
Paul & Shirley Vinson
Volunteers make it happen.
Our network of awesome volunteers make sure bags are stocked and the dispensers are in working order, and we are grateful for our volunteers’ dedication to helping keep our waters and public places clean.
Another special thanks goes to Diane Moore, our Mutts for the Bay Volunteer Coordinator for many years and a caring neighbor for people, our furry friends, and our estuary.
Morro Bay National Estuary Program brings together citizens, local governments, non-profits, agencies, and landowners to protect and restore the Morro Bay estuary.
Protecting and Restoring the Morro Bay Estuary.