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The Central Coast Ambient Monitoring Program Groundwater Assessment and Protection (CCAMP GAP) program will benefit from a $5.9 million settlement with PG&E, based on impacts to the marine habitat outside of the Diablo Canyon Power Plant due to its once-through-cooling practice. The CCAMP-GAP program is one of the four programs administered by the nonprofit Bay Foundation of Morro Bay, which will act as the fiscal sponsor for the settlement funds. Other programs managed by the Bay Foundation include Central Coast Low Impact Development Initiative (LIDI), Central Coast Ambient Monitoring Program (CCAMP), and the Morro Bay National Estuary Program; these three programs will not benefit from the settlement funds.

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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.