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Started in 1991, the Community Resource Teams bring together civic groups, agencies, businesses, and environmental organizations that meet regularly and work collaboratively to implement projects that promote cleaner air.
Teams receive support to develop and carry out projects that help address the unique air quality concerns or priorities of their neighborhoods and communities. Activities range from creating fun challenges, promoting local awareness campaigns, and participating in regional initiatives. There are currently eight Community Resource Teams that actively partner with the Air District.
Get Involved: Contact Stephanie Anderson by email.