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1st Beach Clean Up of 2019

Please join the Eco Warrior Foundation and @chronictacos Saturday January 19, 2019, as we celebrate the New Year by cleaning up our beaches and oceans and keeping them litter free for generation’s to come! 9am-Noon at Aliso Beach Park located in Laguna Beach. We will have free parking passes for all of our volunteers, courtesy of @ocparks, as well as waivers, bags and gloves for everyone. Chronic Tacos will be providing lunch our volunteers as a special thank you for doing your part!


Coastal Clean Up Day

Join us at Aliso Beach on September 15th, 9am-Noon for the beach clean up and then enjoy lunch provided by Chronic Tacos!


Another successful cleanup!

We love partnering with great organizations like the Ocean Conservancy and companies like Pacific Life Insurance celebrating 150 years of empowering success! We collaborated together last Saturday, April 28, 2018 to remove 71 pounds of litter with the help of 170 volunteers. We collected mostly small pieces of single use plastics and Styrofoam before it got into the sea life food chain. A special thank you to Orange County Parks for all you do and supporting our cause. Not to mention free all day parking for all of our volunteers. Wishing you all a great week ahead!!!


Actor Richard Burgi hosts fundraiser

The British Hair Company hosts Blue for the Ocean fundraiser for ECO-Warrior Foundation, Sat, March 31.

The British Hair Company announces that they will host an event, “Blue for the Ocean” on Sat, March 31, in support of The ECO-Warrior Foundation. The event will take place at The British Hair Company, located at 1493 S Coast Hwy.

Actor Richard Burgi will guest host. Aveda is passionate about the environment, but sadly realizes that our oceans are becoming more and more polluted and action needs to be taken. Living and working by the ocean is something they are grateful for daily.

The ECO-Warrior Foundation is dedicated to preserving our oceans and beaches through; education, activation and motivation, organizing beach clean ups, upstream clean ups.

The event will be a spectacular “Blue for the Ocean” theme, with great food, drinks, music and entertainment. Aveda will run an auction on the night of the event, both live and silent, and they would appreciate any donation items for the auction. The donation could be something physical or an experience.

A full list of auction and raffle Items will be updated soon, but so far, donations have been received from Gucci South Coast Plaza, Katharine Story, Aveda, The British Hair Company, Steve Adam Gallery, Yoga Works Laguna Beach and Pure Laguna Beach.

Aveda was the brain child of Horst Rechelbacher, who was not only a pioneer of holistic beauty, but also a champion of environmental responsibility. Aveda’s vision for this event is to raise the funding to access more schools, travel further afar and make a difference all along the coastlines and eventually worldwide.

Prices and times are: VIP Blow Dry Entry. 4:15 p.m., 5 p.m.or 5:45 p.m., $75 Donation Includes VIP Early Entry, VIP Blow Out, two raffle tickets & two cocktails (Note there are only 12 spaces available).

General Entry - 6:30 p.m., $35 ($30 in advance). Donation includes entry, two cocktails and two raffle tickets.

8:15 p.m. Live Auction, Silent Auction Results and Draw Raffle will take place at 8:15 p.m. with a 9 p.m. close.

Raffle Tickets on the night $5 each or six for $25, suggested donation for cocktails is $5.

Tickets are available now. To donate an auction item, contact Paul at either 949 497-8345 or email


More than 200 pounds of trash — mostly plastic — scooped up at Aliso Beach cleanup in Laguna

LAGUNA BEACH — ECO-Warrior’s first beach clean-up of the year, at Aliso Beach, took Richard Birt back 50 years.

The event, held Saturday, Jan. 27, reminded Birt of childhood summers when his father taught him to be aware of the environment and to do his part to keep the beach clean.


After activist’s complaints, area of Laguna beach stair improvements will be spruced up during construction


The ECO-Warrior Foundation is extremely proud to announce that it has come to an agreement with the City of Laguna Beach.

Regarding the Agate Street Beach staircase renovation project. Beginning with the removal of approximately forty or so, cement Lego Blocks. The process of removing these blocks will begin Wednesday morning; January 24, 2018 and may be put back at a later date. When they begin drilling if needed. In the time frame of two to three weeks, max.

Both sides worked diligently, professionally and in the end; it was because all parties were willing to compromise.

In finding a resolution that was beneficial for all while speeding up the process of getting this difficult project completed as well.

It truly was a team effort on all parts and we thank the City of Laguna Beach and especially city engineer Christina Templeton for working over time.

We look forward to once again working with the City of Laguna Beach and look forward to seeing all of you at our beach clean up this Saturday at Aliso Beach 9am-Noon.

Thank you again for all of your support and concern.


James Pribram

Founder of the ECO-Warrior Foundation


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Listen to our founder, James Pribram talk about ECO-Warrior Foundation recently on Cox OC Connection. 

There comes a point when raising awareness and caring have to be replaced with action
— James Pribram

THE ECO-WARRIOR FOUNDATION is a California and Federal non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to preserving our oceans and beaches through education, activation and motivation.