Around the Bay

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
How else could $1.37/day last forever? Heal the Bay protects our ocean. This party protects Heal the Bay.  The dance floor is made of sand, so if you fall, no bruises. There is a red carpet. Except it’s blue. Like the ocean. So you can basica…
Get your tickets to our 30th anniversary awards gala
April 2, 2015 -- With Governor Brown’s drought restriction announcement yesterday we’re getting many inquiries about Heal the Bay’s position on desalination. Can it do some good? Is it a bad thing inherently? Like most water issues in Californi…
Desalination debate rages on in California
An organization is only as strong as its foundation – and our foundation is made up of amazing volunteers, partners, and supporters.  We’d like to thank Heal the Bay’s very own “lucky charms” who helped make our St. Patrick’s Day-the…
Thank You Thursday
We’ve been getting lots of questions about the recent uptick in strandings of sea lions in Southern California. We have gathered information from our partners at the California Wildlife Center and NOAA to help you understand what is happening and w…
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