Coastal Cleanup Day – September 19th

CoastalCleanupgroupThe Annual Coastal Cleanup is the world’s largest volunteer effort for the ocean. Every year, hundreds of thousands of volunteers remove millions of pounds of trash from beaches across the globe.

The success of our local cleanups are determined by you! The more hands we have helping, the more pollution we can prevent from entering our beautiful ocean and endangering marine wildlife.

Coastal Cleanup Day

September 19, 2015
9:00 a.m.-Noon

Watsonville Cleanup Sites…

  • Watsonville Slough at Ramsay Park Nature Center (inland site)
  • West Struve Slough at Pajaro Valley High (inland site)
  • Pajaro River at River Park (inland site)
  • Sunset State Beach
  • Palm Beach

Parking is free and cleanup materials will be provided. Delicious refreshments and lunch for volunteers at all three inland sites.

For more information, contact Neighborhood Services at 763-5678 or for information about the other sites in Santa Cruz County, contact Save Our Shores at 462-5660 or visit their website at:

You can view the flyer with all the details here.


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