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Port of Stockton’s History By Decade – 1930’s

March 25, 2015

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For the first of a series of posts focused on Port of Stockton’s history, we are going to take a look at the 1930’s, when our port first began to be what it is today. The 1930’s were filled with the early planning and execution of our Port facilities and…

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Antioch Dunes Project

March 11, 2015

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The Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge is located in the Delta area and is home to three federally protected species: the Contra Costa Wallflower, the Antioch Dunes Evening Primrose, and Lange’s Metalmark Butterfly. One of the many environmental protection projects we sponsor is the Antioch Dunes Project, which helps to…

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Historical Research for An Interpretive Center at The Port of Stockton

February 25, 2015

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Here at the Port of Stockton, we are working on developing an interpretive center that focuses on the Port’s rich maritime history including Rough and Ready Island’s involvement over the years. Our intern, John Imfeld, has been instrumental in gathering and researching the necessary information for this project. Our intent…

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Boggs Tract Community Farm

September 16, 2014

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Established by the non-profit group, PUENTES, the Boggs Tract Community Farm has become a very important partnership to us here at the Port. PUENTES does not just provide food for individuals but it gives those individuals the opportunity to learn about local and organic products and participate in urban farming….

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Port Receives Multiple Awards From AAPA

September 11, 2014

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Crane operators at the Port of Stockton load containers onto a barge that will take them down the “Marine Highway.”

    Founded in 1912, The American Association of Port Authorities represents over 130 public port authorities in the United States, Canada, Caribbean, and Latin America. Some important goals of the AAPA included promoting the common interests of the port community, providing education about the essential roles of ports, and…

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Reminder To Stay Safe on The Delta Waters

September 4, 2014

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These hot summer days are a great time to take a trip to the San Joaquin River Delta and partake in fun water activities like boating, water skiing, and more. In fact, we at the Port highly suggest you take your families and friends out and enjoy the waters when…

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Port of Stockton Celebrates Labor Day 2014

August 28, 2014

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While Labor Day is often an indicator that summer is coming to an end and a reminder for families to take those last minute vacations, it is also a time to honor the social and economic achievements of workers across the nation. This yearly national tribute is important to us…

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Join Us for One of the Last FREE Boat Tours of 2014

August 26, 2014

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Another year of FREE Port of Stockton tour-hour boat tours are off to a great start! The better news, even if you weren’t able to get a reservation, around 20 people per tour have been able to join us through the first come first served standby line!

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