Join SCA & the Watershed Project for the Largest Cleanup Event on the Planet!
Each year, volunteers around the world get together to pick up litter along shorelines, creeks and even streets. Last year, California led the nation with the most volunteers (57,500) and over 600,000 pounds of trash! Volunteers in the Bay Area collected over 12 tons of trash.
Help us clean up even more this year! Bring your family and friends to help clean up our shorelines and creeks on Saturday, September 21 from 9am – 12 noon.
- When: Saturday, September 21, 9 am – 12 noon
- What: California Coastal Cleanup Day 2013
- Where: Shimada Friendship Park along the Richmond shoreline.
- Provided: All cleanup supplies are provided – bucket, gloves, data card, pencil, etc.
- Bring with you: Refillable water bottle, hat, sunscreen. In an effort to make this a less wasteful event, we’re encouraging folks to bring their own bucket and gloves, if you have them.
- Wear: Closed-toe shoes (for safety).
- Email Jessica to RSVP and clean up with SCA.
We hope you can join us for this 29th annual cleanup event!