|tee shirt day . . .|
Update on the stranded elephant seal pup . . . 'Sweet Rock'
Phil, the seal guy, generously sent me an email to let me know that the baby elephant seal we saw resting on the beach last week hauled out again and was taken to the Marine Mammal Center by another volunteer that lives in Bodega Bay, on March 26th. Phil and Jean were out of town when 'Sweet Rock' was spotted on Doran Beach appearing malnourished.
Go to the Marine Mammal Center web site and click on 'Current Patients' to follow the progress of 'Sweet Rock' and other patients undergoing rehabilitation.
|more beach trash . . . so much Styrofoam . . .|
Another movie about plastic is coming out in April,
I'm excited to see creative, passionate film makers tackling this subject and getting the message across that we have a serious issue with plastic waste.
A pioneer blogger on the subject of plastic trash is Beth Terry. On her blog, 'My Plastic Free Life', Beth wrote about the film 'Bag It' .
"What I LOVE about this film, as compared to films like Addicted to Plastic, which I reviewed in 2009, is its emphasis on consumer empowerment and cutting consumption. The film sums itself up with the following take-aways:
1) Reduce single-use
2) Don’t drink bottled water
3) Choose less packaging
4) Buy it used
5) Bring your own
6) Buy less stuff
7) Reduce, Reuse, then Recycle
8) Clean it up
9) Avoid #3, #6, #7PC
10) Simplify your life"
If you want to know when the film is playing in your area go to the Do Something Reel website and enter your zip code to see a list of theaters and show times in your area.
I plan to take my son when the movie is playing in town. More than likely it will be a surprise . . .