May Chapter Meeting
Join us for our second quarter Chapter Meeting hosted by the STOP Climate Change and Beach Preservation Committees at the Karl Strauss Brewing Company Tasting Room and Beer Garden (5985 Santa Fe St) on Thursday, May 25th from 6:30-8:30pm.
Pizza will be provided by Woodstock Pizza and all attendees receive a free Karl Strauss Taster!
With nearly 70 miles of coastline to protect, our chapter is one of the largest and most active in the world. We are a grassroots organization, which means the people working to protect our local oceans, waves and beaches are volunteers who care about San Diego and want to make a difference.
WHAT WE DO
Protect & Enjoy
We ensure clean water, healthy ocean and coastlines and accessible beaches for all to enjoy by finding lasting solutions to the threats our ocean faces.
In 2016, 6,333 volunteers removed 9,399 pounds of debris during beach cleanups in coastal areas of San Diego, capturing it before it could pollute the ocean.
Click the link below to read about our victories in 2016 and previous years!
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