Treehuggers International

I Love A Clean San Diego and the Creek to Bay Clean-Up

With a myriad of seasonal creeks and year-round rivers draining from the mountainous inland, San Diego County is in many ways a microcosm of the U.S. in the route litter and water pollution can take from rocky foothills and inland areas to mesas and canyons to coastal plains, wetlands, and the beach. It’s amazing how far a piece of litter can travel in Southern California watersheds, even in dry months, on it’s way to the beach. From there, the next stop is the North Pacific Gyre, also known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

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