Earth Day Service at Olympic National Park in Washington State

Saturday, April 25, 2015 - April 25, 2015 9:00 am
Join SCA and the National Parks Conservation Association as we partner with other environmental groups to remove debris from Washington beaches. This is an opportunity to be a part of the largest coastal cleanup event of the year. Last year a combined 1,000 volunteers removed over 15 tons of oceanic garbage! 
Volunteers will meet at the Kalaloch Campground Saturday morning and carpool to Ruby Caves for coastal debris removal. Olympic National Park is providing free camping at Kalaloch Campground both Friday and Saturday evenings for volunteers. The park concessionaire will host a BBQ cookout at the campground Saturday afternoon. We encourage everyone to stay and explore the breathtaking coastlines and rainforests found in this area. 

WHEN: Saturday, April 25th, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

WHERE: Olympic National Park, Kalaloch Campground, Forks, WA 98331. Meet at the campground on Saturday morning in the main parking lot.

WHAT: Coastal cleanup to keep household plastics, garbage, and other manmade debris from polluting our oceans and harming marine wildlife!

BRING WITH YOU: Please wear long pants and closed-toe shoes, preferably work boots or sturdy sneakers. Bring work gloves, suncreen, a packed lunch, and a reusable water bottle. A BBQ will be provided at the campground on Saturday afternoon following the project.

REGISTRATION: Please sign up to join at to complete the volunteer waiver.

QUESTIONS: Contact Meredith Stone, SCA Program Manager, at [email protected].