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
Apr. 18, 2016 -- Heal the Bay is still feeling the stoke from Saturday's Earth Month Extravaganza, which saw over 2,000 volunteers and ocean-lovers descend on Santa Monica Beach and our Aquarium to participate in the festivities.
Earth Month Extravaganza wrap-up blog
Mar. 22, 2016 -- Every month is Earth Month here at Heal the Bay, but April is extra special. Join us for some exciting volunteer opportunities and events happening at the beach, our Santa Monica Pier Aquarium, and all over greater Los Angeles. With …
Earth Month at Heal the Bay 2016
Mar. 18, 2016 -- Programs Associate Jenn Swart reports back on two Youth Summits she recently hosted for Club Heal the Bay members, as well as our upcoming BioBlitzes.
Ballona Wetlands Heal the Bay BioBlitz Youth Summit
Mar. 15, 2016 -- This April and May, Heal the Bay invites you to play an active role in the documentation and preservation of the diverse flora and fauna that call our wetlands home during our "Blitz the Bay" events.
BioBlitz image by Jessica Weinberg-McClosky
Mar. 9, 2016 -- South Bay surfers have long been some of Heal the Bay’s most passionate supporters. They are our eyes and ears in the water after all. We’ve been lucky to add another very capable surfer to our lineup – Bruna Schmitz, a world-cl…
Bruna Schmitz pro surfer Roxy model Heal the Bay ambassador
Feb. 23, 2016 -- Students at Cal State L.A. have been sharing their observations with us about the plague of plastic pollution. Here’s a report from the Eastside, penned by Brigido Ayon. Plastic is part of our daily lives. But the use of plastic ha…
In today's guest blog post, Santa Monica College student Yasi Razban examines how local cities are preparing to take advantage of much-needed rain. Feb. 3, 2016 -- El Niño 2016 has arrived but much of the rain water that Southern Californians were h…
Heal the Bay got its start as an all-volunteer organization in 1985, birthed in the Westwood living room of founding president Dorothy Green. Since then, Heal the Bay has matured into one of Southern California’s most effective environmental organi…
Heal the Bay new strategic plan
Jan. 1, 2016 -- Here's an early look at some of the key issues we will be tracking in the coming year. If we are to be successful, we need your support.  Ballona Wetlands Restoration
2016 New Year's Environmental Resolutions for Heal the Bay
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