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Raise a Glass to Toast the Coast

Raise a glass to a clean San Diego at Toast the Coast, I Love A Clean San Diego’s 2018 Summer Social. Spend the afternoon enjoying craft beer, tacos, games, entertainment and raffle prizes at the Karl Strauss Tasting Room & Beer Garden on Sunday, June 10 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. While you’re there, learn about how you can protect the environment alongside your friends and family!

Tickets are currently available online, so make sure to register early! For guests 21 and over, tickets are $20 and include food, one raffle ticket, and one complimentary Karl Strauss beer or glass of wine. Tickets are $5 for guests ages 7-20, and free for children 6 years old and under. All tickets include a taco bar from Rubio’s Coastal Grill and complimentary non-alcoholic drinks.

Proceeds from Toast the Coast support environmental education, community beautification, and zero waste resources that benefit all of San Diego County. We hope you’ll join us! For more information visit CleanSD.org.

We hope to see you there!
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Zero Waste Fair
Sat, June 2, 2018
10:00 am - 1:00 pm


Watershed Warriors: Rainbow Cleanup
Sat, June 9, 2018
8:00 am - 10:00 am


Toast the Coast
Sun, June 10, 2018
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Watershed Warriors: Bonsall Cleanup
Sat, June 23, 2018
8:00 am - 10:00 am

Seaside Sustainabilty Workshop
Sat, June 23, 2018
10:00 am - 12:00 pm


Clean Beach Coalition Bin Assembly Day
Thurs, June 28, 2018
8:30 am - 10:00 am


Clean Canyons for a Clean Coast
Sat, June 30, 2018
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Explore Eco-friendly Education at the Seaside Sustainability Workshop!


Learn how to set yourself up for success in sustainability and join us on Saturday, June 23rd from 10 am – 12 pm for our Seaside Sustainability Workshop, in partnership with the City of Carlsbad. Visit educational booths, participate in hands-on activities, and bring gently used items to donate in the Swap ‘n’ Shop! Make sure to stick around for our raffle to win sustainable prizes that will help you jumpstart your eco-friendly journey. Find out more and register here!

Reduce Food Waste with RSWA: Cook It

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Food is meant to be tasted not wasted! So why are we wasting 40% of our food here in the U.S.? Save the scraps with a some creativity in your kitchen! It is simple to #SaveTheFood with this RSWA WasteFreeSD.org resource that features recipes that help use up scraps and almost expired food! We’re a big fan of browning bananas used for banana bread! Yum! Head to WasteFreeSD.org or SaveTheFood.com to find out what other ways you can keep food from wilting and wasting away!  

Eco-Friendly Essential: Ditch Disposables & Rock Reusables!


Make this summer your most sustainable one yet. Prioritize conservation over convenience by refusing single-use items when you go out to eat at a restaurant. Kindly say "no thanks" to plastic straws and utensils, foam containers and cups, plastic bags, and all other single-use items. Join ILACSD as we team up with the City of Carlsbad to bring you Seaside Sustainability: Ditching Disposables on Wednesday, June 20th from 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM! We will be spreading the word about sustainable practices and making it easy for residents to implement these actions into their everyday lives by providing FREE sets of reusable bamboo utensils and a stainless steel straw at 3 locations throughout Carlsbad! Stroll through Carlsbad, enjoy a bite to eat, and take pride in the plastic utensils and straws that won’t end up in a landfill! Find a location and get more details here!

 Volunteer Spotlight: Kevin Topete
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Kevin Topete is an 8th grader from Rancho Bernardo, and has been volunteering with ILACSD since he was in 1st grade! At the Valley Center cleanup, Kevin collected over 100 cigarette butts to divert from the watershed. With all of that debris collected from one cleanup, just imagine how much he has accomplished during his years volunteering!

When ILACSD asked Kevin about collecting so many cigarette butts, he said “It is important to clean up litter because it makes a big impact on the ecosystem and the longevity of different plants and animals. Cigarettes contain toxic chemicals, like arsenic, which if left near water sources can poison waterways. The butts are small and often intertwined with other debris so I focus on the tedious part of the clean ups.”

Thanks for being a Watershed Warrior, Kevin!

Donor Spotlight: All of our Kids' Ocean Day Sponsors!

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Students, teachers, volunteers, and sponsors alike made waves for the ocean and the environment as a whole at this year's Kids' Ocean Day!

Thanks again to all of our sponsors and partners:   

California’s Coastal Commission’s Whale Tail grant program and the Protect Our Coast and Oceans Fund, Qualcomm Foundation, Cox Communications, Jack in the Box, Bumble Bee Seafoods, Alta Environmental, Wells Fargo, CRC CARES, U.S. Bank, ViaSat, Kohl’s, Einstein Bagels, Starbucks, and Outside the Lens

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I Love A Clean San Diego leads and inspires our community to actively conserve and enhance the environment through example, outreach, and local involvement.
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