Bringing the Plastic Home

By Meghan Rice

I have just discovered a documentary called Plastic Paradise, which I would recommend to anyone.  It is directed by and starring an environmental activist, Angela Sun, who braved into what is known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

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Become a Coastal Angel

Coastal Angels is a growing network of volunteers who dedicate a minimum of three hours a month picking up trash on our plastic plagued beaches. Our volunteers are primarily students and clubs who need to fulfill community service hours - and participating in a beach cleanup is a fun way to do that! Wewant citizens and marine life to actually be in a safe and clean environment.

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First Anniversary and 10th Cleanup

What an incredible journey a year of hosting beach cleanups has been. March 26th marks our first anniversary and 10th beach cleanup. We started the day off with a goal of collecting 105 lbs of trash. Groups that attended were CSUF Student Veteran Association (SVA), CSUF Eta Sigma Gamma (ESG), GWC Sigma Pi Chapter, and individuals that span from Victorville, Los Angeles, and San Diego. 

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SoCal Lifestyle Endangers Marine Life

By Meghan Rice

Southern California beaches are landmarks of the area, where people of all ages and backgrounds flock to enjoy the crystal blue water, blazing sunshine, and white sand.  Visiting the beaches, we see volleyball games, barbeques, tents for hoards of people to gather under and enjoy fun festivities under the sun.

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Beach Cleanup #7

By Jacqueline Winberg

We received an incredible amount of support from California State University, Fullerton students on October 24, 2015 for Coastal Angels Beach Clean-Up #7. The men's baseball, rugby, frisbee, cycle teams all made it out as well as women's softball.

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