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You might be a dedicated surfer, in the water every morning before work. Maybe you’re a mother who brings her kids to the beach in the summer. Or maybe you just like to watch the sunset over the coast, and look for dolphins playing in the waves.   There are hundreds of ways you can appreciate our ocean and beaches, and there are also hundreds of ways that you can help protect them.

In the face of serious concerns from Heal the Bay, our environmental partners and the USEPA, the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board adopted the proposed stormwater permit for L.A. County on November 8.
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First things first: Don’t forget to vote on Tuesday! Once you’ve recovered from the election frenzy, we’re offering two ways to engage with us and your local environment on Thursday, Nov. 8. First, stand up for clean water at the L.A. Regi…
Help Plant Sycamore Trees in Malibu Creek State Park on November 10
I’m a patient woman, but I’ve had enough. I realize I will never get back the countless hours I’ve spent in stuffy, over-crowded public hearings listening to endless complaints from California dischargers. I realize some dischargers might actua…
Take L.A. By Storm MS4 Hearing
Seeing the Heal the Bay flag fly high gives us a “Zing!” feeling. There’s not much we enjoy more than sharing our message… except when others share it for us with equal enthusiasm.
Heal the Bay Thank You Thursday Heart in Sand
A proposed development that would impact thousands of acres of land to house 60,000 people in and around six miles of the Santa Clara River—one of the last free-flowing natural rivers in California—has been put on hold.
San Fernando Valley Spineflower Photo: Anuja Parikh and Nathan Gale
Heal the Bay staff canvass Los Angeles County each week, hosting events and offering fun ways to engage with the local environment.
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We’re heading home from the L.A. Regional Water Quality Control Board hearing in Simi Valley. Songs on the radio give constant reminders of the imminent impacts to the Santa Clara River. Duran Duran’s Rio comes on, and Midnight Oil’s Beds Are B…
Santa Clara River, by Flickr User Wendell
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