THIS EVENT HAS ENDED!
Join the Watershed Project at the Richmond Shoreline during the 29th California Coastal Cleanup Day. Help clean up our shorelines. Everyone can help make a difference!
Saturday, September 21, 2013
9am - 12 noon
free lunch after 12 noon sponsers by the Office of Supervisor John Gioia!
You + 500 other volunteers!
Meet at the Richmond Shoreline at Shimada Friendship Park. End of Marina Bay Parkway. Intersection with Peninsula Dr.
All cleanup supplies are provided – bag or bucket, gloves, data card, pencil, etc. However, we encourage everyone to bring their own reusable bucket and/or gloves in an effort to help make this a less wasteful event!
For safety, wear close-toed shoes to avoid stepping on anything sharp.
Waiver forms: Each volunteer must have a signed waiver form to participate. Children must be accompanied by an adult. To save time at the registration table, you can complete your waiver at home and bring it to your event:
Last year volunteers in Contra Costa County worked at 37 sites to collect over 17 tons of trash. California led the nation with the most volunteers (82,500) and over 1,200,000 pounds of trash!
For any questions or additional information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the impacts of Coastal Cleanup Day: Click Here
And a special thanks to our sponsors:
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The Watershed Project
The Watershed Project is a local 501 (c) (3) non-profit that works to promote healthy watersheds by educating students, teachers and volunteers in the classroom and outdoors through public events.