Generation Water is an award-winning, social entrepreneurial organization focused on reducing water usage. Since 2009, Generation Water has conducted over 240 water audits and irrigation surveys, inventoried over 350 irrigation controllers and 5,300 valves, cataloged over 25,000 sprinklers (including 10,000 that were malfunctioning or broken), installed over 125 rain gardens, and trained over 250 youth and young adults.
August 10, 2012 (All day) - August 16, 2012 (All day)
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Garden in the Sea (Jardin en el Mar), screening as part of DocuWeeks, is a documentary about saving Mexico's Sea of Cortez. Over four years, the director followed Spanish artist Cristina Iglesias to the Sea of Cortez where she was commissioned to create an underwater sculpture that would gradually help enhance marine life. The film not only talks about the role of art but also about the wider environment.
Each year, people around the world come together on the third Saturday in September to clean local beaches, parks, schools, river banks and neighborhoods. It’s the largest volunteer day on the planet, and we hope you’ll be there for the next Coastal Cleanup Day on Saturday, Sept.15, 2012, 9 a.m. until noon.
The third annual L.A. Craft Beer Crawl will take place on Saturday, August 18, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit Heal the Bay. Attendees will have well over 50 craft beers to sample across seven different bars and restaurants all within walking distance in Downtown Los Angeles.
Experience the grand opening of the completely refurbished Sundance Sunset Cinema on Wednesday, August 29. Join hundreds of ocean lovers and movie fans for a summer beach party at Sundance Cinema’s new state-of-the-art multiplex in West Hollywood. Enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres, popcorn, movie snacks and an open bar before selecting from one of five first-run films to attend. Get an early look at L.A.’s latest film hot spot before it opens to the public. All of the premiere proceeds go directly to support Heal the Bay programs that protect our local shoreline.
Bedhead Pajamas is giving 15 percent of its new 2012 summer collection "The Sea" to Heal the Bay. Shop in-store until "The Sea" collection has sold out. Artist Kim MacConnel designed BedHead's window display using recycled trash picked up from the beach.