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
June 24, 2015 -- We love celebrating Nick Gabaldón Day each May, recognizing the first documented surfer of African-American and Mexican descent, and showcasing the heritage of the historical African-American beach site in Santa Monica, formerly ref…
Heal the Bay Thank You Thursday
June 24, 2015 — Brittany Hoedemaker is a summer intern for Heal the Bay’s MPA Watch. She is currently an Environmental Studies student at the University of Southern California. Here, she writes about her first time conducting an MPA Watch survey …
oil blobs santa monica beach pier tar
Heal the Bay’s Dana Murray is selected for special training to help clean up spilled oil in Santa Barbara. Here’s her first report: May 29, 2015 -- It’s not every day that you get trained to become a certified oil spill clean-up worker. But tha…
A huge thank you to Juli Gallagher and her Girl Scouts Troop 237 for donating $500 to Heal the Bay as well as completing three cleanups as part of the Adopt-A-Beach program. And speaking of cleanups, cheers to Malibu Rum for sponsoring our Nothin’ …
Thank You Thursday Heal the Bay Santa Monica Pier Aquarium
On Sunday, May 3, over 35 L.A.-area middle and high school students converged at a Heal the Bay-organized Youth Summit in Culver City to brainstorm drought-busting and water conservation strategies. The Summit was expertly coordinated by Programs Ass…
Each time we go to a supermarket or restaurant we are faced with choices about what kind of seafood to buy. Health concerns and a growing desire to eat locally and sustainably have made these decisions harder than ever. But now...you have Nick Fash o…
Wild caught salmon
Kids Ocean Day is returning to Dockweiler Beach on May 14, writes founder and today's guest blogger Michael Kublock. It does take a village to heal the bay…
Kids Ocean Day on May 14, 2015
Last month’s Earth Day beach cleanup in Santa Monica was a huge success, with 1,400 volunteers picking up 320 pounds of trash. Getting all the cleanup supplies to the beach was made so much easier with the help of our new friends at Buddytruk, a&nb…
Nothin' But Sand Beach Cleanup
Guess what month it is? That’s right, April is Earth Month! Heal the Bay's got you covered with a roster of volunteer opportunities and events happening at the beach, our Santa Monica Pier Aquarium and all around the Southland. Join us!   …
Earth Month with Heal the Bay
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