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Sept. 6, 2016 -- You'd be surprised what you might find at an HTB cleanup. Come join us Sept. 17 for Coastal Cleanup Day, our biggest volunteer event of the year. First-time cleanup volunteers sometimes arrive with the expectation that they will spen…
What will you find at this year's Coastal Cleanup Day?
Become a Heal the Bay Community Advocate and inspire others to make a difference! Attend our Community Advocates Training to learn how to communicate our work, educate others about the impacts of ocean pollution, and represent Heal the Bay at v…
Community Advocates Training
July 8, 2016 -- Last year, our supporters helped defeat a proposal to drill for oil underneath the Hermosa Beach seafloor. Now we face another ill-advised project in our Bay – a desalination plant on the El Segundo shoreline near the Manhattan Beac…
June 5, 2015 -- It was a party three decades in the making. Last night Heal the Bay celebrated its 30th anniversary in beach-chic style, with more than 1,000 ocean-lovers joining us on the sand at the Jonathan Club in Santa Monica for an evening…
Heal the Bay's 30th Anniversary Awards Gala Jonathan Club santa monica
At last…a red carpet* you can walk barefoot! This June 4, we’re inviting you to come party with a purpose as we celebrate our 30th anniversary in beach-chic style at the Jonathan Club in Santa Monica. It’s never been easier – or more gla…
Heal the Bay's 30th Anniversary Awards Gala
Today’s guest blogger is Tony Corley, the  founder of the Black Surfing Association, which is partnering with the Malibu Surfing Association on a special paddle out this Saturday, Feb. 28 to honor the legacy of Nick Gabaldon.
Staff scientist Dana Murray reports on a photo contest to crown the king of King Tides.
January 20, 2015. Broad Beach, Malibu. Photos by Kurt Holland
Nov, 13, 2014 -- Jaclyn Friedlander saw the email inviting Santa Monica Pier Aquarium volunteers to build a Rube Goldberg Machine for this Saturday’s S.T.E.A.M. Machines event on the Pier and took the challenge to her most creative and handy friend…
“Could You Be a Little More Pacific?” That’s the question the Santa Monica Pier Aquarium is posing to young families looking for fun, educational opportunities during the holiday season. Yes, that’s right – we’re taking the wraps off our …
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