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Cleaning up the Dominguez Channel at Artesia Transit Center. Over 14,000 volunteers took part in Coastal Cleanup Day in Los Angeles County, cleaning up beaches, parks, alleys, creeks, highways and storm drains at 69 different sites. Over 300,000 pounds of debris and recyclables were removed by the various environmental organizations, community groups, families, local businesses, faith-based organizations and students that took part. Los Angeles, California, USA

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Coastal Cleanup Day
Cleaning up the Dominguez Channel at Artesia Transit Center. Over 14,000 volunteers took part in Coastal Cleanup Day in Los Angeles County, cleaning up beaches, parks, alleys, creeks, highways and storm drains at 69 different sites. Over 300,000 pounds of debris and recyclables were removed by the various environmental organizations, community groups, families, local businesses, faith-based organizations and students that took part. Los Angeles, California, USA

Filename: CA16613.jpg
Source: Citizen of the Planet
Date 19 Sep 2009
Location: Los Angeles California United States
Credit: Peter Bennett/Citizen of the Planet
Copyright: Peter Bennett
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