25th Anniversary of California Coastal Cleanup Day at Ocean Beach and Fulton on September 19, 2009
The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy is the non-profit partner of the Golden Gate National Parks. In a collaborative effort with the Presidio Trust and National Park Service, the Parks Conservancy hosts volunteer programs and events throughout the Golden Gate National Parks. California Coastal Cleanup Day is one of the nation's premier volunteer events dedicated to the marine environment. Since the program started in 1985, over 800,000 Californians have removed more than 13 million pounds of debris from the state's shorelines and coast.
Event: 25th Anniversary of California Coastal Cleanup Day
Date: Saturday September 19th 2009
Location: Ocean Beach and Fulton, on the Great Highway
Event max # of Volunteers: 1000+
Contact: Tori Kuwahara
Contact Email: Tkuwahara@parksconservancy.org
Contact Phone: 415-561-3044
Age Restrictions: Youth Volunteers 13 years or younger must be accompanied by an adult
Type of Work: Beach Cleanup
Attire: Closed Toed Shoes-no sandals. Dress in layers for changing weather
Items to Bring: BYOB (bring your own bag or bucket) - in an effort to conserve bags and limit waste, we are asking volunteers to bring their own bags or buckets. We will also have bags and supplies available.
Meals Provided: None
Beverages Provided: Water
Additional Fees : None
Parking Available: Yes, lot and street parking available
Rain Contingency: Project is on, rain or shine.