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Shore Savers Stand Together At Coastal Commission Meeting

THERE WAS A FULL HOUSE THIS MORNING in Scotts Valley as the California Coastal Commission met for their monthly meeting. Community leaders, policymakers, scientists, and community members encouraged the Commission to expedite their decision to close the illegal CEMEX sand mine in Marina, California. Among the nearly 100 rally participants were Santa Cruz mayor Cynthia Mathews, Marina mayor …

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“Leave it on the beach for the next people to enjoy”

FROM THE CLASSROOM TO THE SAND, North Monterey County Middle School and Castroville Elementary students embarked on an educational journey through issues in marine conservation this week. The school district’s partnership with Save Our Shores is a part of their new summer education program, Dream Academy. “The administrative and instructional staff in North Monterey County is dedicated …

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Save Our Shores Supports California Coastal Commission Executive Director Charles Lester

Stop Coastal Commission Shakeup

SAVE OUR SHORES, the 38 year-old non-profit dedicated to protecting the California central coast has never been an organization to shy away from taking bold stands or speaking out on controversial issues. Our roots are firmly grounded in landmark efforts to stop offshore drilling in the Monterey Bay  when in the late 1970’s the Santa …

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Hello 2016, #mynewyearsresolution #trashresponsibly #saveourshores New Years Resolutions Campaign

What’s Your New Year’s Resolution?

THE NEW YEAR is here, which means new goal setting and new perspectives. How will you celebrate 2016? Our goal is to encourage more people to enjoy their marine environment responsibly. Browse our New Year’s Resolutions below, find one that resonates with you and share it on your favorite social media platforms to help us spread ocean …

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Plastic Bag Ban

“We Have Created A Plastic Problem”

2016 IS QUICKLY APPROACHING, and with it a new vote on the California Plastic bag ban. This ban had already been passed in 2014. However a recent increase in plastic bag supporters, specifically those in the industry of making plastic bags, have procured enough signatures across the state to put the ban to a referendum. …

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