Instagram: See with MeRepost from @surfridersandiego ACTION ALERT - The Encinitas City Council will consider the county’s first balloon ban tomorrow, Weds Jan 19. Please click the link in our bio/stories to send a quick email of support to the council! It only takes a minute.It Comes in WavesUpon ReflectionDon’t Look Up…or Down!Balloons are ubiquitous on San Diego County beaches. (I found this one and two more during my walk today.) To help mitigate the problem, a draft ordinance to ban all helium-filled balloon sales was moved forward by the Encinitas Environmental Commission and will be presented to the City Council early in the new year—tentatively scheduled for January 12th. For more information and to sign a petition in support of “lighter than air” balloon bans, please visit the link in my profile and/or keep an eye out for an action alert from Surfrider San Diego.Merry Christmas from San Diego!"I just thought of one thing that's permanent. Love." —Olaf (Frozen II)Happy Winter Solstice!
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Many mysteries wash up on the beach. A little over a year ago, I found a message in a bottle with a cryptic love note curled up inside, and on a foggy morning in April, I was surprised to discover a … Continue reading
As I set out my containers filled with colorful beach plastic in preparation for the activity I had planned for the 3rd through 8th graders attending San Diego Area Writing Project’s Young Writers’ Camp in Cardiff, I stopped and noticed how beautiful it … Continue reading
For several years, I have been regularly walking on the same stretch of beach in Northern San Diego County. I know it well by now, but even so, each time I am there it feels like a different place. The … Continue reading
As I walk along the beach in Carlsbad, California, I collect and document litter that has washed up with the waves, was swept out with the run-off, or has been left behind by beach-goers. Many aspects of modern culture are … Continue reading