California’s New Culture of Conservation

By Artun Ereren

Record high temperatures and images of empty reservoirs serve as constant reminders to Californians that a new era of water conservation inside and outside the home is crucial. In the Summer of 2015, Californians were called on by the State to embrace emergency conservation measures that intended on alleviating pressure on low water levels.

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Recent Mysterious Deaths of SoCal Grey Whales

The tragic loss of two beautiful, grown grey whales on April 23rd, 2016 has left us with wondering how such an event could happen...

There is still no known cause of death for this whale or its counterpart. Both found deceased at the same time with the other 40 ft. whale a few miles up the coast from this site at Lower Trestles surf spot, a part of the San Onofre CA State Park.

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Visit to Bolsa Chica Wetlands and Wintersberg Flood Control Channel

On April 1, 2016 Coastal Angels investigated the level of pollution at the Bolsa Chica Wetlands and Wintersberg Flood Control Channel. As you can tell, there are many species of birds and plant life in the pictures, surviving among the trash and pollutants from urban runoff and people who improperly discard waste.

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Coastal Angels Celebrates First Anniversary

Coastal Angels is celebrating their first anniversary and 10th beach cleanup on March 26, 2016. 

On March 25, 2015 Jacqueline Winberg created the group Coastal Angels. What was the trigger? The movie, “Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch,” directed and written by Angela Sun. It revolutionized Saturdays for Jacqueline, her husband Robert, and friend Meghan.

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Orange County Activists Fight Plastic Pollution and Urge Residents to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Refuse

By Jacqueline Winberg

National Clam Chowder Day is tomorrow, Thursday, February 25th. We heard from the OC Register that at Boudin Bakery they are celebrating with a buy one clam chowder get one free

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