Eco-Warriors Tackle Leo Carrillo Beach

ACE Recycle Club and their eco warriors at Leo Carrillo Beach

Eco-Warriors Tackle Leo Carrillo Beach
By Fallon Rabin, president of the ACE Recycle Club

On the Saturday morning of March 19th, Thousand Oaks High School’s ACE Recycle Club partnered with Heal the Bay for a beach cleanup. Continue reading

Nothin’ But Sand: A Beach Captain’s Perspective

Beach Captains are trained volunteers who run Heal the Bay's Nothin' But Sand monthly beach cleanups

Beach Captains from Heal the Bay’s Nothin’ But Sand monthly beach cleanup

Beach Captains are trained volunteers who run Heal the Bay’s Nothin’ But Sand monthly beach cleanups. One such captain, Santa Monica High School student Andrea Serrano shares her experiences as a volunteer. 

Nothin’ But Sand: A Beach Captain’s Perspective
By Andrea Serrano

I’ve never been into any type of volunteer work, until I joined the Heal the Bay organization. It wasn’t until I became a beach captain that I realized how much of a difference my help has towards our environment. Continue reading

Team Marine Reflects on Coastal Cleanup Day

Team Marine hits the beach with thousands of other volunteers on Coastal Cleanup Day

Team Marine hits the beach with thousands of other volunteers on Coastal Cleanup Day

Team Marine Reflects on Coastal Cleanup Day
By Team Marine Club from Santa Monica High School

On Saturday, September 20th 2015, Team Marine members attended Coastal Cleanup Day hosted by Heal the Bay. They,  along with a large group of peers spent three hours scouring the area between lifeguard stations twenty and twenty-seven for trash. Continue reading

Teen Volunteers Clean Creek on America Recycles Day

 

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ACE Recycle Club hosts a cleanup at Medea Creek, Agora Hills

By Fallon Rabin, President of ACE Recycling Club

On Sunday, November 15, 2015, Thousand Oaks High School’s A.C.E. Recycling Club, with the support of Heal the Bay, celebrated America Recycles Day by cleaning up Medea Creek in Agoura Hills.  An amazing crew of sixty Eco Warrior volunteers collected 570 pounds of trash and 55 pounds of recyclable materials from the creek. Continue reading