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Mother Nature Turns Trash into Treasure at Glass Beach in Mendocino County

Outdoor Exploration: How Mother Nature Turns Trash into Treasure at This Mendocino County Beach



from afar, the view of my character’s state park speaks for itself, but an explanation may be needed to explain how the beach colors can be traced back to generations of litter. . This is a glass beach near Fort Bragg along the Mendocino County coast. The name tell everythings. This beach is lined with smooth, colorful glass. There’s even an international marine glass museum nearby, touting the highest concentration of marine glass in the world. The person in charge is this man and he took the name Captain CASS for Ringtone and the story behind Glass Beach goes like this. More than 100 years ago, residents of this area began dumping garbage into the sea for decades to come. But don’t take my word for it. Look, the first stamps I worked on were active from 1906 until 1943 when Phil they moved it to this beach and this beach was an active dump from 1943 to 1949. When it was built built, they moved it north again to what we call Glass Coast. And it was a dump from 49 to 67, now part of Makarska State Park. This is what Ringtone says because of the wave patterns in this area, the water smoothing the discarded glass and depositing it back onto the beach, creating what Ringtone describes as a glass mecca in the sea. A place where generations of trash thanks to mother nature transform into a treasure trove of living glass, but if you go as Ringtone says, leave the glasses behind as this is a state park that should be enjoyed, not trash for years to come. Glass Beach near Fort Bragg in Mendocino County.

Outdoor Exploration: How Mother Nature Turns Trash into Treasure at This Mendocino County Beach

Once upon a time, dumping garbage into the sea was a thing along the coast of California. video player above.

Once upon a time, dumping trash into the ocean was a thing along the coast of California.

And, like any fun fairy tale, Mother Nature turned that trash can into a natural treasure now along the southern edge of the MacKerricher . State Park.

Learn more in the video player above.

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JOE HERNANDEZ

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