Watch a documentary produced by MY HERO highlighting local environmental heroes who are keeping Laguna Beach Green and Blue!
Watch the individual segments from the documentary here:
Laguna Beach Eco Heroes: James Dilley
James Dilley is the father of the Laguna Greenbelt and is commemorated in this wonderful little Ditty.
Laguna Beach Eco Heroes: Mary Fegraus
Mary Fegraus has lead the campaign to create a wilderness park in the greenbelt surrounding Laguna Beach. Thank You Mary Fegraus.
Laguna Beach Eco Heroes: Laguna Bluebelt
The Laguna Bluebelt Coalition is helping to create marine protected areas all along the coast of Laguna Beach.
Laguna Beach Eco Heroes: Laguna Beach Tidepools
The Laguna Ocean Foundation has been instrumental in informing the public about the precious natural resource of tidepool ecosystems.
Laguna Beach Eco Heroes: Nancy Caruso
Nancy Caruso aka "The Kelp Lady" has worked hard to restore the kelp off of the shores of Orange County.
Laguna Beach Eco Heroes: Pacific Marine Mammal Center
The Pacific Marine Mammal Center helps rehabilitate injured sealions found off of the Pacific Coast sends them back into the wild healthy and free.
Laguna Beach Eco Heroes: Crystal Cove Alliance
Crystal Cove Alliance teaches citizen scientists to study and report on the condition of the ocean.
Laguna Beach Eco Heroes: James Pribram
James Pribram known as the "Eco Warrior" for his commitment to ocean conservation.
Laguna Beach Eco Heroes: Zero Trash Laguna
Chip McDermott brings the community of Laguna Beach together to keep trash off the streets.
Laguna Beach Eco Heroes: Wyland
Wyland is an iconic activist who uses his art, music and love of nature to inspire and encourage stewardship of the planet.
Laguna Beach Eco Heroes: One World One Ocean
One World One Ocean is a global campaign led by Greg MacGillivray to raise awareness for ocean conservation.
Congratulations to the filmmakers and heroes for winning the following awards:
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