Creek Cleanups, Polystyrene Ban

February 9, 2017

community updates

After-Rain Creek Cleanup This Saturday, 2/11 (2/25 rain date)

  • Culver City Polystyrene Ban First Reading, 2/13 (2/27 2nd Reading & Final Vote)
  • Updated BCR Video
  • Promoting a Healthier Environment & Community: Aliso Canyon and Ballona
  • Bicyclist Alerts
  • Upcoming Watershed Events
  • Other Ways To Learn and Help
  • Pictured above: Creek Cleanup Flier Montage

Saturday, February 11, 9am-noon, at the Centinela Avenue bike path entrance next to Milton Street, LA 90066 (Rain Date: 2/25!)
BCR and the Culver City High School BCR Club welcome volunteers of all ages for this fun and worthwhile activity where the inland water and incoming tide meeta special place of water, fish, birds, and plants—yet still too much trash and concrete!
All the rains throughout the watershed continue to flush even more trash—mostly plastics—into the creek. Here’s a chance to learn more about the problem and to be part of one solution as we collect trash before it reaches the ocean!  It’s also a great way for students to earn community service credits!
As with all creek and coastal cleanups, participants under 18 need waiver forms signed by their parent or guardian, available either on-site or click hereAdult volunteers sign waivers on-site.
For a flier and more details, click here! Above right: SGN (now Jam City) employees at work!