Ecology Club Hits the Beach

Members of Palma School’s Ecology Club, accompanied by club moderator Teresa Christensen and campus ministry’s Mia Mirassou, spent part of their Sunday cleaning up Zmudowski State Beach in Moss Landing. The cleanup was hosted by the Monterey chapter of the Surfrider Foundation. After two hours of work, they collected several bags of trash and recyclables ridding the beach of plastic straws, bottle caps and styrofoam. Pictured here are: Sam Lavorato ’19, Ben Wood ’20, Isaac Paulo ’20, Teresa Christensen, Oscar Rubio ’19, Mia Mirassou and members of the Surfrider Foundation.
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