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Ocean Discovery Institute: Winner of 2012 Eco Ambassador

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Environmental stewardship is the mission of eight green non-profits being honored by SDG&E and San Diego River Park Foundation as Earth 8's Eco Ambassador finalists.

Three weeks ago, News 8 aired several stories featuring these finalists and asked viewers to vote on cbs8.com.

Friday, News 8 announced the 2012 Eco Ambassador web poll winner and the recipient of a $25,000 grant from SDG&E.

Ocean Discovery Institute, was presented the prize by Pedro Villegas, community relations director from SDG&E and Rob Hutsel, executive director from the San Diego River Park Foundation.

To learn more about their efforts visit cbs8.com/earth8.

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