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Support local art! Marine organisms paint a new blue for Santa Cruz seas
'Cause everyone likes to play in the sand.
Three of the five dirtiest cleanup sites were in San Lorenzo Valley. Not cool.
The Natural Resources Defense Council's annual water quality report on America's beaches shows some surprises from Santa Cruz County beaches.
Every year the Natural Resources Defense Council issues its Testing the Waters report. These beaches scored the highest in Santa Cruz County for water quality.
Fancy a fire on the beach? Where to roast your weenies near crashing waves.
The Santa Cruz Warriors traded in their jerseys for bright yellow “I [heart] Clean Beaches” shirts Saturday.
Three thousand volunteers and 17,000 pounds of trash later, Monterey Bay beaches are looking better.
Evidently the beach party set missed the memo from the Seventies: Pick up your trash!
Outreach to July 4 beachgoers and the strategic placement of Dumpsters on key heavily visited beaches seem to have paid off in the fight against holiday beach pollution.
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