SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) – Volunteers turned out in force Saturday to participate in the I Love a Clean San Diego’s 16th Annual Creek to Bay Clean Up.
The clean-up kicked off at 9am and more than 6,200 volunteers picked up litter at 113 neighborhoods countywide - from coastal communities to inland locations.
Through the effort, more than 175,000 pounds of trash, debris and pollutants were removed along with graffiti; invasive plants were replaced with water-wise native plants restoring San Diego County's natural habitats.
To learn more on how you can celebrate Earth Day every day, visit www.cleansd.org.
Here’s a look at this year’s Creek to Bay Clean Up:
Wondering what to do after tomorrow's Creek to Bay Cleanup? Make it a majestic Earth Day weekend and join @mark4ibcitycoun for a bike ride to explore the new marine wildlife themed murals in IB! https://t.co/49dD9jlU2d— I Love A Clean SD (@iloveacleansd) April 20, 2018