Emergency Ballona Creek Clean-up, Saturday, March 29

The recent rain has brought in lots of trash that must be picked up before it floats down to the ocean. Join  Ballona Creek Renaissance on Saturday, March 29, from 9 to noon for a last minute creek clean up. Meet at the Centinela Avenue entrance to the Ballona Creek Bike Path.

Gloves, trash bags, water and some tools will be provided, but sunscreen, close-toed shoes, buckets, and grabbers, if you have them are suggested as well. Come by bike if you can!

Volunteers of all ages are welcome for this fun and worthwhile activity, and it’s a great way for students to earn community service credits.

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