ILACSD is excited to announce the expansion of our Adopt-A-Beach program into two canyons in Chula Vista! We’re hosting a kick-off cleanup event at Del Rey canyon in December. Join us as we work with the City of Chula Vista and the California Coastal Commission to protect our canyons—and ultimately our beaches—from the harmful effects of litter and pollution.
Community Sustainable Agriculture also known as a CSA providing local, pesticide free and non-GMO whole foods. There is no charge to sign up, all we ask is that you pick up your order. Boxes are $20 to $25 dollars. Every Monday you will receive an email with that weeks harvest bounty. Harvest is once a week, seasonal and from local farms. More than one box can be purchased.
Celebrate Oktoberfest with I Love A Clean San Diego and Karl Strauss! On October 19th we will come together to host a cleanup along the Rose Canyon bike path and San Clemente Canyon, followed by a fun mixer at the new Karl Strauss tasting room!
I Love A Clean San Diego invites you to save the date for the 11th Annual Beautify Chula Vista Day! Join ILACSD and the City of Chula Vista as we remove trash, paint out graffiti, and beautify our city parks on Saturday, October 12 from 830AM-12PM. This year, volunteers can participate at Rice Canyon at Discovery Park or at the Otay Recreation Center.
I Love A Clean San Diego is looking for site captains to host each of the 90 coastal and inland cleanup sites involved each year, as well as event sponsors from local businesses to support this largescale event. Volunteers will receive a free commemorative event reusable tote bag at all cleanup sites (while supplies last)!
I Love A Clean San Diego has been named the first responder in San Diego to assist in the cleanup of debris from the 2011 Japanese tsunami that is expected to wash up on California's shores in 2013. This is one of a series of beach cleanups funded by the California Coastal Commission.Contact Lexi Ambrogi at email@example.com or (619)-704-2778 to register.