The Daily Lens – How to Restore Malibu Lagoon

To counter the multi-million dollar, mechanized/chemical attack planned for the exquisite Malibu Lagoon by out-of-touch California State officials, the Wetlands Defense Fund and Malibu residents have come up with a “kinder, gentler” plan. This one involves 7 steps to remove invasive non-native plants by hand with community volunteers, plant appropriate wetland plants in areas along shoreline and pathways and use muscle power – not bulldozers and chemical herbicides – to improve water quality and maintain the current thriving ecosystem.

The State’s plan will kill or permanently displace all plants, birds, fish and insect species now living harmoniously in the Malibu Lagoon. Their plan calls for ripping out the three charming bridges and central pathway system for a longer peripheral path far removed from most of the wildlife. Please visit for the details.


3 Responses to “The Daily Lens – How to Restore Malibu Lagoon”

  1. Malibu Horses, Inc. Says:

    Nice work. Great Blog:)

  2. Marshall Thompson, prvideoguy Says:

    A year later and concerned residents in Malibu are STILL trying to get the State of California to abort this dreadful project. The good news is, is that the City of Malibu has voted to officially oppose it and is writing a letter to the Governor in opposition.

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