Eastshore Park Earth Day volunteer activity on Saturday April 16

Wednesday, Mar 9, 2011  |  Updated 10:40 AM PDT
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In addition to ongoing opportunities in parks, one-day events are scheduled for Earth Day and Trail Days in the spring and Coastal Cleanup Day in the fall. These days offer great opportunities to spend time with your family or to make new friends as you get out and
help make a difference. In many parks, annual and special events take place to celebrate our resources while teaching visitors about the wonders of nature and
history.

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EARTH DAY CLEAN-UP

Organization: California State Parks Foundation
Causes: Environmental
Date(s): Saturday, April 16, 9:00 am - 11:30 am
Contact person: Anne Kassebaum
Phone: 1888-98-PARKS
Email: akassebaum@ebparks.org
Website: www.​calparks.​org
Volunteers of all ages are needed at Eastshore State Park onSaturday, April 16th for the 14th annual California State Parks Foundation’s Earth Day 2011 Restoration & Cleanup presented by PG&E. Projects planned include: non-native weed removal; fennel removal and shoreline cleanup. Individuals, groups or businesses interested in volunteering on Earth Day should register at calparks.org or call 1-888-98-PARKS.
 

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