Around the Bay

February 8, 2016 -- OK, java junkies, something big is brewing between Heal the Bay and Starbucks!UPDATE: Starting today and lasting through the end of February or until supplies last, you can snag a 1/2-lb. bag of an all-new coffee blend at your LA-…
Heal the Bay and Starbucks partner up for conservation!
On Sunday October 11th, over 25 students representing nine different middle and high school environmental clubs crept into the closed-to-the-public Santa Monica Pier Aquarium for an after-hours workshop. Find out what fishy fun they had below. A…
Fall 2015 Youth Summit
Protect your beach and vulnerable marine life by joining our Storm Response Team!  SRT is a volunteer-powered program where trusty souls brave the elements immediately following a rain event to pick up trash on the beach–before it heads o…
Heal the Bay El Niño storm response team
Local shorelines already impacted by climate change are now bracing for El Niño. The picture may not be pretty, says Heal the Bay's Dana Murray, but there are things we can do to prepare. What will El Niño’s footprint be on our beaches this winte…
Climate change and El Niño
In a time of severe drought, one El Niño isn’t going to solve all our problems. But here’s how cities can prepare to take maximum benefit of what rains do come.
WHAT TO DO ON YOUR PROPERTY Keep water from collecting on your property. Make sure to regularly clean out leaf clutter and other debris that may have been collecting on your roof, gutters and downspouts. Clogs can create serious blockages that will …
El Niño El Nino
Top restaurants in town are offering El Niño-inspired cocktails to raise awareness and to benefit Heal the Bay. Oyster shell-infused mezcal, anyone?
Dana Murray, Heal the Bay’s senior coastal policy manager, reports on a promising new statewide policy to minimize the impacts of sea-level rise on coastal communities. An incoming swell may excite a surfer, a rainstorm may offer an Angeleno drough…
A completely subjective list of when Heal the Bay has shone the  brightest.  After 30 years of achievement, Heal the Bay can sometimes be taken for granted. Many Angelenos view us as they do their utilities – always on, always working, no…
Heal the Bay
August 11, 2015 -- Communications Manager Nick Colin stepped away from social media one morning for an unforgettable boat trip to Palos Verdes. I’ll never take seaweed for granted again.
Marine biology specimen collection for Santa Monica Pier Aquarium
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