Los Angeles County voters approved the Safe Neighborhood Parks Measure in 1992. It provides about $54 million a year for neighborhood and regional parks and recreation. That measure is about to expire–Proposition P is designed to preserve park and open space funding. Proposition P will be on the November ballot and there are only a few weeks left to get the word out.
Did you know that 73 million sharks are killed each year for the shark fin trade? And did you know that one of the most effective ways to protect sharks is to eliminate the market for fins by prohibiting their sale?
Hey Students! Here's your opportunity to keep oil drilling out of Santa Monica Bay!This educational summit will give you an opportunity to join Heal the Bay's Oil & Water Do Not Mix campaign by providing you with the training and tools to prevent oil drilling in our Bay.This summit will include workshops on leadership skills needed to organize a campaign and expand on future opportunities to get involved with Heal the Bay's efforts. Lunch will be provided, and students will receive community service hours for their participation.
August 5, 2014 - 1:00pm - August 19, 2014 - 4:30pm
Join Heal the Bay's prestigious Speakers Bureau!
For over 25 years, Speakers Bureau has been an integral part of Heal the Bay's mission. Speakers Bureau volunteers spread educational awareness to schools, organizations and businesses about the causes and consequences of ocean pollution. Just last year we were able to reach out to over 40,000 LA County residents!
Are you interested in helping keep oil drilling out of the Santa Monica Bay? The City of Hermosa Beach currently has a moratorium in place that prohibits oil drilling. Hermosa Beach residents will vote later this year on a ballot measure to reconsider this measure and possibly allow slant-drilling into the Bay.
Come paddle one of the most gorgeous stretches of coastline in Southern California with REI and a naturalist from Heal the Bay. On this scenic ocean tour of Palos Verdes you will experience warm sunny coves, craggy headlands, views of Catalina Island and forests of giant kelp teeming with sea life. You will have the chance to see dolphins, seals, pelicans, bright orange garibaldi and several other marine animals. Palos Verdes has been designated as a Marine Protected Area, ensuring the continued health of this important part of our marine ecosystem.