Volunteer Spotlight: Mt. Miguel Teachers Mentor Young Environmentalists
We would like to recognize two exceptional site captains, teachers James McFarland and Todd Linke. Through their Eco Club at Mt. Miguel High School, Todd and James work to inspire the next generation of environmentalists. They host a site for Creek to Bay and CCD walking distance from the school, encouraging students to come out and help clean up their local community. Our mission is to help enhance and conserve our environment for future generations to enjoy and these two are doing just that! Read more about their story on our blog!
- 10,308 volunteers participated in the Adopt-A-Beach program countywide.
- 371 volunteers stenciled 856 drains within the community.
- 19,059 San Diegans volunteered at ILACSD events, removing 343,532 pounds of debris from local beaches, bays, creeks, canyons, and lagoons.
- Volunteers and interns staffed environmental education events and booths, helped with administrative tasks and event preparation in the ILACSD office, and much more.
2013 Volunteer Statistics
Volunteers perform a valuable service to ILACSD, and are instrumental in achieving our mission, helping us to raise public awareness throughout the community. ILACSD would like to thank all the volunteers who donate their time to ensure the health and safety of our environment.
In 2013, 30,953 volunteers contributed 76,513 hours toward environmental education and conservation projects with I Love A Clean San Diego. These totals break down into the following activities:
Would you like to volunteer and be a part of I Love A Clean San Diego? If so, check out our calendar for current cleanups.
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