Kids Unite!

Nearly 1,200 students and volunteers attended our first ever bi-national Kids' Ocean Day! After cleaning up the beach, students stood together to create this cross-border aerial art image - it reads"Unite por el mar" which translates to "Unite for the sea".

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EDUCATING and inspiring CHANGE!
ILACSD provides environmental education presentations in schools countywide. Contact us to schedule a presentation today!

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WasteFreeSD.org
You have questions, we have answers!
From tires to toilets, appliances to arm chairs, I Love A Clean San Diego’s staff are able to provide referrals for convenient disposal of just about anything! Visit our recycling database at www.WasteFreeSD.org or give us a call at 1-877-R-1-EARTH.

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Storm Drain Stenciling
Urban storm water run-off is considered the biggest contributor to marine coastal pollution, but you can help! Sign up today and help spread the word!

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Upcoming Events

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May
30

Clean Canyons for a Clean Coast


Saturday, 9am - 12pm
Chollas Creek Open Space

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Jun
6

Tijuana River Valley Cleanup


Saturday, 9am - 12pm
Tijuana River Valley

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Jun
20

Zero Waste Cleanup


Saturday, 9am - 11am
Cannon Park, Carlsbad

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In the Community

Inspire the Next Generation of Environmentalists!

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I Love A Clean San Diego offers environmental education to local elementary, middle and high schools, often at no-cost – click here to see if your school qualifies!

We believe that education provides the inspiration and incentive for behavioral change – change that will positively impact our regional environment and minimize our community’s ecological footprint. Our environmental educators are engaging and can present about a variety of subjects. Click here to learn more about our presentations or email education@cleansd.org.

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Clean Beach Coalition

Help keep our beaches prestine during the summer holidays!

Summer is fast approaching! During Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day, San Diego’s beaches will see over 1 million beach-goers. Along with increased foot-traffic comes a significant influx in trash and littering.

In an effort to address the issues of litter and pollution facing San Diego’s beloved coastline, The Clean Beach Coalition places 100 temporary trash and recycling bins at Mission Beach, Ocean Beach, Pacific Beach, and Mission Bay during the holiday weekend. If you spot the bins, we challenge you to take a selfie of you using them! Share photos with ILACSD on Instagram by tagging @iloveacleansd.

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Recent News

Donor Spotlight

We'd like to take this opportunity to thank and recognize all of our 2015 Creek to Bay sponsors: City of San Diego - Think Blue, County of SD Community Enhancement, Bank of America, Walmart, County of San Diego Watershed Protection Program, Kohls, SeaWorld, General Dynamics, NASSCO, Anheuser Busch, SD Regional Airport Authority, City of La Mesa, Port of San Diego, City of Imperial Beach, City of Chula Vista, Rubios, City of National City, City of San Marcos, BAE Shipyard, Michael Baker Int'l (formerly RBF), Brown & Caldwell, ecoATM, Kilroy Realty, FedEx Ground ,City of Escondido - Recycling, City of Escondido - Utilities, City of El Cajon, Dog Beach Dog Wash, and National Charity League - San Diego Del Norte Chapter.

We hope to see you all again for our next countywide cleanup, Coastal Cleanup Day, happening Saturday, September 19th!


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