EVERY SATURDAY IN SEPTEMBER
Beach cleanups start at our own front doors. Trash can travel through storm drains, creeks, and rivers to become beach pollution. This September, let's help clean the beach by cleaning up in our own neighborhoods and local natural areas.
1. Prepare for the day with a reusable bucket, work gloves, litter grabbers, reusable water bottle and sturdy shoes.
2. Wear face masks and gloves.
3. Practice social distancing and volunteer only with immediate family and friends.
4. Do NOT form large groups – remember many small efforts make a big difference.
5. Record the litter you collect and share it on the Clean Swell app. Download the app here.
HAVE FUN, BE SAFE AND THANKS FOR PARTICIPATING!
By participating you understand and agree that neither the State of California or California Coastal Commission may be held liable or responsible in any way for any injury, death, or other damages to you or your family, heirs, or assigns that may occur as a result of your participation, or as a result of product liability or the negligence, whether passive or active, of any party in connection with the cleanups. For full guidance, click here.
For more information, please contact the Marin County Coordinator, Park Ranger Joanne Jarvis at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information can be found on the California Coastal Commission’s website.
Marin 2019 Results:
Sites Cleaned: 51
Number of Volunteers in Marin: 1,534
Pounds of Trash Collected: 10,396
Pounds of Recyclable Materials: 1,703
Miles Covered: 150