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Share a Message of Unity on Kids' Ocean Day!

Help clean up your local beach while sending out a positive message of unity on Thursday, May 18th! ILACSD needs adult volunteers to help facilitate our Kids’ Ocean Day event that connects thousands of local students to our environment. 

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» Launch of New
» May is Water Awareness Month
» Volunteer Spotlight
» Zero Waste Tip
WFSD - recyclables

Launch of New!

ILACSD recently launched the newly redesigned zero waste database,!  

Now with more resources, was redesigned to feature options for residents and businesses to find repair services and donation locations, as well as recycling centers. ILACSD designed the website with zero waste practices in mind to help eliminate trash by keeping reusable, repairable, compostable, and recyclable items from the landfill. We're encouraging San Diegans to adopt a zero waste lifestyle by scaling down waste and maximizing the items in circulation.

Visit today to find local solutions and learn more about zero waste.


May is Water Awareness Month!

Join us in celebrating Water Awareness Month by entering the San Diego County Water Authority's #LiveWaterSmart Instagram photo contest. Show how water is an essential part of your life for a chance to win great prizes, such as a one-night stay at the Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines. The first 20 participants will receive two tickets to the Fleet Science Center, so enter today!

»Learn more about the contest


Volunteer Spotlight

This month, we're highlighting an amazing group of students, the Lemon Crest Elementary School Third Grade Class!

The entire third grade class participated in our Adopt-A-Beach Program and adopted La Jolla Shores. Through participating in their first beach cleanup, they learned about the harmful effects of trash on our ecosystems, and they were able to see firsthand how animals, such as seagulls, often mistake pieces of plastic for food. The students were in shock to see a seagull trying to eat a piece of plastic during their cleanup, so they quickly took action by running toward the bird and picking up the plastic. Saving an animal from ingesting plastic debris was a proud moment for these young students. The students are now even more motivated to continue their volunteerism and take part in helping the planet.

The Lemon Crest Elementary School Third Grade Class truly cares about making the world a better place, starting in San Diego. Thank you all for your hard work!

»Check out upcoming volunteer opportunities


Zero Waste Tip

Take an inventory of what you own to help reduce your waste. Start with your closet! Turn all the hangers in your closet backwards. When you wear something, turn the hanger the correct way. After a year, if anything is still hanging backwards, donate it.

Donate to a local organization and support a cause; search “Textiles/Clothing” on for locations.

Learn more about zero waste at our 2nd Annual Zero Waste Fair in June. 


Kids' Ocean Day
Thursday, 8am-12pm
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Yoga to Benefit ILACSD
Saturday, 12pm-1:15pm 
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2nd Annual Zero Waste Fair
Saturday, 9am-2pm 
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Toasts & Tacos
Saturday, 2pm-5pm
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Donor Spotlight


ILACSD thanks our generous partners at Cox Communications for their sponsorship of upcoming ILACSD events: Kids’ Ocean Day and Fall Social! We are so appreciative of the ongoing support that Cox Communications provides for youth education, community restoration and volunteerism.

Do you know someone in your community doing great things for the environment? Cox Communications is now accepting nominations for the annual Cox Conserves Heroes awards through May 12th. More information can be found on the Cox Conserves website.

»Learn more about supporting our programs



Education Spotlight

During Earth Month, ILACSD’s education team visited the after school program at Lindo Park Elementary in Lakeside. After learning about the importance of reducing our waste, students used their creativity to turn trash into treasures, including this great white shark made from an egg carton!

»Learn more about our education programs


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