Here we offer a variety of articles written by ODA about our activities or issues of concern.
While we're all about working for a debris-free sea, we do it from many angles.
Thankfully, we have a diverse team of volunteers who get to help the oceans in a variety ways.Check out what the gang has been up to lately!
We had a Shoreline Cleanup Crew of nine people and we removed 600 pounds of plastic debirs!
Shout-out to first-time cleanup volunteers Kurt and Dee Woods. Your efforts made a tangible difference for the ocean and its precious wildlife!
In our case, in Southern Cal, our coastlines have been blanketed with trash--a lot of it plastic--that was washed towards the ocean by the torrential rains.
Check out our awesome Coastal Cleanup Crew and their "catch of the day"!
The last thing these animals need is plastic in their habitat!
See what our champion team accomplished this Sunday, and consider joining the fun next weekend!
When it rains it pours…garbage!
And that's when the ODA Crew gets to work.
There was--and still is--so much trash to remove from Huntington Beach Harbor. Please read about it and give us a hand!
We, in Southern California, are thankful for the recent rain, but now in the aftermath, we urgently need help in cleaning up the plastic and other trash that washed into Huntington Harbor!
Shout-out to our friend Jo Ruxton who just finished producing a new documentary called A Plastic Ocean. It's a sad but true story the whole world needs to hear.
We're pleased that one of the directors on our board--Bonnie Monteleone--is one of the scientists featured in the film. Go Bonnie!!