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Sheila Kuehl Sep 20
Congrats and my deepest thanks to and the 13k+ volunteers who cleaned up 40,000 lbs of trash for !
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J. Sep 11
The True Cost of : Trash vastly diminishes the cognitive, emotional, psychological, social, physical & spiritual health benefits of our coasts, waters& oceans.
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CA Waterkeepers Sep 15
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ABC7 News Sep 15
367 TONS of trash were collected today in California, with amazing work done by thousands of volunteers in the Bay Area alone.
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KQED Sep 12
During last year's California volunteers picked up 800,000 pounds of trash and recyclables in only three hours. Will you be participating this year?
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Surfrider VenturaCo Sep 15
Coastal Cleanup Day 2018! Thank you to everyone who came out and participated in helping keep our beaches clean🤙🏽 We had a total of 405 volunteers who picked up 402 pounds of trash, and 4,500 cigarette butts! Great job guys! Surfrider Foundation
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Blue Biz Council Sep 12
California businesses and communities are at the forefront of a global movement to break free from plastic. Help curb this flow by joining this Saturday, Sept. 15! .
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EDUCATOURS JA Sep 15
We're here today at the Kingston Waterfront with the Foundation for International Coastal Cleanup Day. Feel free to stop by and test our Adventours mobile app. We have a gamified tour for y'all 😄
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CA Waterkeepers Sep 14
Trash pollution in California’s waterways poses serious threats to public health, while harming birds, fish, and other aquatic wildlife. Join TOMORROW to support swimmable, drinkable, fishable waters! .
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OC Habitats Sep 12
Join and Huntington Beach Wetlands Conservancy in 2018! This Saturday the 15th from 9:00 AM to noon we will be picking up trash and debris in the marsh. We will be meeting at the Wetlands Conservancy in Huntington Beach! See you there!
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Blue Biz Council Oct 10
Rain washes bags, bottles, & other trash off our streets and out to sea. Just ask the 3k volunteers who removed 36k lbs of garbage from riverbanks and beaches on . CA's new policy will ensure only rain runs down the drain: .
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CA Waterkeepers Oct 10
On , California Waterkeepers organized 3,000 volunteers to pick up 36,000 lbs of trash and recyclables. California’s new Trash Policy will stop the flow of garbage to keep our shores clean! .
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Discover Los Angeles Sep 14
Tomorrow, Saturday, September 15 is in California 🌴 Here's how to be a part of the state's largest annual volunteer event: 👀
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WWF-Canada 🐼 Sep 2
is on Sept. 15. Will you be joining the fight against plastic pollution? Take part in events in Halifax, Toronto, Ottawa & Vancouver, or lead your own! 👉
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All At Once Sep 11
Get ready for & Sept.15! Millions will unite for , a “green wave” of cleanups starting in New Zealand and ending in Hawaii. Coastal communities will celebrate by removing trash from beaches & rivers.
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Emily Felder Sep 15
Collected 5lbs of trash this morning for along the Arroyo Seco Wash
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Tamara Ward Sep 16
Need a pick me upper. Pick a cause that speaks to you. It feels great to help others and the world around us.
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SB Channelkeeper Sep 13
You can be one of the 66,000+ volunteers in California to help in taking place THIS Saturday, Sept. 15! Join us at West Beach in Santa Barbara and help California reach its goal of : .
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Lusty Glaze Beach Sep 15
Help keep our beautiful cove and surrounding bays clean by enjoying the place and leaving no trace! Bring a bucket and fill it with litter and we’ll swap it for a nice, warm cuppa
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Bill Quirk Sep 15
We need to do all we can to protect our beautiful . Join the statewide volunteer clean up effort to keep our coastline & inland waterways free of trash. I invite you to the Annual Coastal Cleanup in TODAY!
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