Residents being asked to ‘adopt a beach’

I Love A Clean San Diego seeks volunteers for the statewide Adopt-A-Beach program, an effort coordinated by the California Coastal Commission, a news release stated.

The program is not limited to beaches, but includes a dozen inland canyons as well and relies on groups of volunteers to clean up their ‘adopted’ location at least three times a year.

The program is free of charge for participants and ILACSD provides all the necessary cleanup supplies, including interactive educational presentations and community service verification.

To register, visit the San Diego County Adopt-A-Beach Web site, www.adoptsd.org.

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  5. Board vote revives beach water tests

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