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A sign showing the health of various beaches in the Los Angeles area is displayed during the Malibu Earth Day Eco Fair Saturday, April 18, at Malibu City Hall. Alex Vejar/22nd Century Media
Steven Guerry (middle) and Kevin Torres (right), representatives of The Energy Network, speak to Joseph Nitti, resident of Topanga Canyon, during the Malibu Earth Day Eco Fair on Friday, April 18, at Malibu City Hall. Photos by Alex Vejar/22nd Century Media
Jessica Wolfe (right) listens to a representative from Heal the Bay.
Lucia Corona (right) listens to Ron DeVera of Los Angeles County Waterworks during the Malibu Earth Day Eco Fair.
Alex Vejar, Staff Writer
6:32 pm PDT April 22, 2015

Residents of Malibu and surrounding communities observed Earth Day early with an event at Malibu City Hall on Saturday, April 18, that promoted sustainability and other eco-friendly causes. 

Representatives from several environmental organizations sat at booths to inform attendees of the event. The organizations included the Surfrider Foundation, the Malibu Chamber of Commerce, Sustainable Surf and others.