Around the Bay

Exhilarating! That’s how I describe my recent expedition with the Pacific American Volunteer Association (PAVA) to Korea. Our mission was to explore some of the many water spaces the Koreans have transformed over the past two decades. Beyond the ad…
Cheonggyecheon river Korea Los Angeles PAVA Seoul Suncheon Bay Busan
Whether it’s good beer or good beaches, you’ve got to have clean water. We’d like to thank the good people at 213 Nightlife (especially principals Cedd Moses and Alan Verge) for helping us keep our local waters clean by making Heal the Bay the…
Heal the Bay Thank You Thursday Ocean Conservancy Santa Monica Bay
You think you’re green. You tote around your own water bottle, remember your cloth grocery bags and pack your kids’ lunches in colorful, eco-friendly, reusable containers. Then you attend your first PTA event and find yourself holding a Styrofoam…
back to school Marposa eco tips events reusable Santa Monica Pier Aquarium
My name is Barrett, and I’m a volunteer for Heal the Bay. But I don’t just support Heal the Bay with my time. This year, I became a dues-paying member as well.
Heal the Bay volunteer member Barrett Porter
To present an alternative to the Discovery Channel's Shark Week (and cult TV movies like Sharknado), Heal the Bay staff write about the marine animals they love so much. The general public has been fed terrifying misconceptions about these creatures,…
Photo Credit: Terry Goss 2006/Marine Photobank
Is the water quality at your favorite California beach shady? Find out in the Beach Report Card (BRC) Summer Shades Contest! Watch the water quality at your favorite beach and you could win an exclusive pair of Heal the Bay shades.
The Beach Report Card Summer Shades Contest BRC sunglasses
To present an alternative to the Discovery Channel's Shark Week (and cult TV movies like Sharknado), Heal the Bay staff write about the marine animals they love so much. The general public has been fed terrifying misconceptions about these creatures,…
vending machine more hazardous than sharks
To present an alternative to the Discovery Channel's Shark Week (and cult TV movies like Sharknado), Heal the Bay staff write about the marine animals they love so much. The general public has been fed terrifying misconceptions about these creatures,…
Photo by Daniel Gotshall
To present an alternative to the Discovery Channel's Shark Week (and cult TV movies like Sharknado), Heal the Bay staff write about the marine animals they love so much. The general public has been fed terrifying misconceptions about these creatures,…
Thresher shark sharknado Malibu Venice Pier sardine fin trade Rafn Ingi Finnsson
To present an alternative to the Discovery Channel's Shark Week (and cult TV movies like Sharknado), Heal the Bay staff write about the marine animals they love so much. The general public has been fed terrifying misconceptions about these creatures,…
Leopard sharks Shark Week Venice Mother's Beach Santa Monica Aquarium
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