No one will argue with you when you say that one of the most beautiful aspects of California is the beaches, especially in places like Marina Del Rey. However, over time, beach-goers have tended to leave their garbage on the sand or in the water instead of disposing of it properly. If you want to help restore the shoreline back to what it was years ago, then consider attending Nothin' But Sand Cleanup.
This event, which will take place on March 16 at 10 a.m., is going to bring eco-friendly residents and visitors alike to the Venice Pier, located at 3100 Ocean Front Walk. Another great thing about this gathering? It probably isn't far from the Los Angeles vacation rental you are staying in. This is going to be a great way to not only do something valuable and good with your time, but also show your kids the importance of caring for the environment.
Don't let the thought of collecting garbage scare you. You'll be provided with bags and gloves, although you should feel free to bring your own. Many people are sick of taking strolls on California's beaches only to find plastic bags, cigarette butts and bottles lying around. Those who are ready to take a stand against littering are sure to find this cleanup endeavor quite rewarding.
You'll undoubtedly find the experience enjoyable. After all, what isn't to like about spending time in the great outdoors with friendly people? If you can't make this Saturday, don't fret. These events are held every month. Individuals who would like to immerse themselves in this cause may even want to think about becoming a Cleanup Captain. For more information on Nothin' But Sand Cleanup, visit www.healthebay.org. You can also call (310) 451-1500.