Posts with the category ‘Trash’


Santa Barbara Aquathon

Dive in 9/17 at Santa Barbara Channelkeeper’s first ever Santa Barbara Aquathon at Leadbetter Beach! Get ready to swim, paddle or surf (if you’re a grom!) for clean water. Register today!… Read More…


Orange County Coastkeeper Gets Creative on Coastal Cleanup Day

This Saturday, thousands will show their local beaches some love for Coastal Cleanup Day. Orange County Coastkeeper will host 48 cleanup sites across the county, featuring a first-ever post-cleanup festival… Read More…


Russian River Headwaters to Ocean Paddle

This summer, a diverse group of stakeholders from Sonoma and Mendocino counties launched their boats to kick-off a year-long effort to create a new vision to improve the health of the Russian… Read More…


Crest to Coast Restoration

Inland Empire Waterkeeper is proud to partner with Arrowhead Brand Mountain Spring Water for third year of Crest to Coast restorations. This year, Waterkeeper hopes to encourage at least two cities,… Read More…


Sea Change at Kids Ocean Day

In June, 1,300 kids spent the morning cleaning up trash at Huntington Beach for Kids Ocean Day. Joined by nearly 200 teachers and volunteers, this crew removed over 500 pounds of… Read More…


Clean River Alliance aligns with Russian Riverkeeper

Marking its one-year anniversary, the Clean River Alliance is proud to announce that Russian Riverkeeper, the nonprofit river steward group for more than 28 years, is now the fiscal sponsor… Read More…


City of San Jose and Baykeeper Reach Agreement to Reduce Pollution in SF Bay

Today, San Francisco Baykeeper and the City of San José announced a legal agreement to make the Bay Area’s largest city a greener one. As part of the agreement, San… Read More…


Business Leaders Urge Upstream Solution to California’s Trash Problem

Media Contacts: Sara Aminzadeh, California Coastkeeper Alliance (415-794-8422 ), sara@cacoastkeeper.org; Press Release 04/07/2015 (Sacramento, CA) – Today, the California State Water Resources Control Board is expected to adopt an innovative… Read More…


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