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Calendar >  I Love A Clean San Diego -Creek To Bay Cleanup

I Love A Clean San Diego -Creek To Bay Cleanup

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WHAT: Official Creek to Bay Kickoff Site

I Love A Clean San Diego (ILACSD) is set to host the 21st anniversary Creek to Bay Cleanup on Saturday, April 22, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. The event is the region’s largest one-day environmental volunteer effort on Earth Day, with over 100 cleanup sites around the county. I Love A Clean San Diego expects more than 5,000 volunteers of all ages to participate in this countywide event. You are invited to the official kickoff site!

WHEN: Saturday, April 22, 2023 (Earth Day!) from 9 a.m. to noon

WHERE: Southcrest Park, 4149 Newton Avenue, San Diego, CA 92113

WHO: Confirmed speakers: Mayor Todd Gloria, Councilmember Vivian Moreno, Council President Sean Elo-Rivera

WHY: About 80 percent of all marine debris begins inland, and all residents of San Diego County live in one of 11 watersheds, which all have their own habitats and lead to our bays, beaches, and ocean. Litter enters our local watersheds and flows out to the Pacific Ocean, becoming a harmful threat to the health of both marine wildlife and residents. Single-use plastics are the most dangerous products, which break down into micro-plastics and can be ingested by animals and humans.

Hundreds of individuals, including families and corporate groups, are expected at the site; elected official speeches; partner booths; community working together; and beautification projects.

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