Around the Bay

Today’s guest blogger is Melina Sempill Watts, a staffer with the Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains. Oct. 23, 2014 -- In partnership with Heal the Bay staff and volunteers, the utterly fascinating “Snows of the Nile” …
Snows of the Nile
A big thank you to Subaru Pacific for sharing the love with us this holiday season. The car company runs a national campaign – Share the Love - each year; for every car Subaru sells between the last week of November and January 2nd, they will donat…
Heal the Bay data manager Lee Myers takes an eye-opening walk at his local park and likes what he sees. Dec. 5, 2014 — Entradero Park makes for a lively green space in northwest Torrance. It’s a popular spot that sees all kinds of use — basebal…
What a Torrance park can teach us about stormwater capture
Last Saturday our Santa Monica Pier Aquarium hosted S.T.E.A.M. Machines on the Pier—a day of fun and tinkering, art and innovation—all anchored by a Rube Goldberg machine contest. Thanks so much to our presenting sponsor, Time Warn…
S.T.E.A.M. Machines Rube Goldberg festival at Santa Monica Pier
Heal the Bay president Alix Hobbs and TreePeople CEO Andy Vought write that Prop 1 marks a new start for California' s water future. But that future starts with you ... today. Nov. 11, 2014 -- Last week marked a watershed moment for California, both …
A huge thank you to Adventure Voyaging for including Heal the Bay in last month’s Catalina Cruisers Weekend – two days full of fun at Two Harbors. Additional thanks go out to Peter Ellis and friends who served up the famous “Buffalo Milk” bev…
Nov. 1, 2014 -- After last night’s sporadic but intense rainfall, L.A. beachgoers this morning were treated to some spectacular sights – full, vibrant rainbows arcing to the sea. Unfortunately, they were also treated to a less uplifting scene –…
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Oct. 14, 2014 -- With the state grappling with record drought, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti today issued an executive directive to dramatically reduce the use of fresh water and the purchase of costly imported water in California’s most populous…
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