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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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Sean Bothwell Sep 15
Happy ! But can you imagine a where cleanups are unnecessary and we can just go and celebrate our favorite beach?
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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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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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Emily Felder Sep 15
Collected 5lbs of trash this morning for along the Arroyo Seco Wash
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4ocean Sep 15
Today is International ! How are you working for cleaner coastlines near you?
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CA Waterkeepers Sep 15
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Dr. Wallace J Nichols 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 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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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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The Green Channel.tv Sep 10
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TreePeople Sep 15
Today’s the day! We’re out in the Santa Monica Mountains learning about how restoring a local park can make our watershed healthier as it connects to the sea for !
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The California Coast Oct 16
310 TONS... In just 3 HOURS last month, Coastal Cleanup Day volunteers picked up over 310 tons of trash from California’s beaches and inland waterways.
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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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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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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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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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VC Coastal Cleanup Sep 26
Thank you to all of our volunteers who contributed to the success of Coastal Cleanup Day 2018! Here is a summary of our preliminary results. Although our event is over, our efforts shouldn't be. Let's strive to keep our beaches clean every day!
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City of Berkeley Sep 12
Join other Berkeleyans this Saturday to help clean up local beaches, bays, and waterways during this year's - which will focus on Aquatic Park, along our east shoreline and all around the Marina.
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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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