- Saturday, April 22 2017, 9 am-12 pm - Earth Day
- Saturday, June 3 2017, 9 am-12 pm - World's Ocean Day
- Saturday, September 16 2017, 9 am-12 pm - Coastal Cleanup Day
The EcoCenter at Heron’s Head Park hosts shoreline cleanups four times a year in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, Earth Day, World Oceans Day, and International Coastal Cleanup Day. Join us in the cleanup as a reminder that together, we have come a long way; our formerly polluted environment has blossomed into the beautiful Heron’s Head Park we enjoy today. Help us celebrate this wonderful transformation and take action to keep it going. By working together, we can build a healthy, sustainable, and just planet. Please bring comfortable clothes, sturdy shoes, sunscreen, and a reusable water bottle. We provide gloves and bags, but we encourage you to bring your own if you have them to reduce waste generated by the cleanup.
Corporate group workday opportunities are available at the EcoCenter: please contact Melissa Palmer, Volunteer Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Earth Day Cleanup
Date: Saturday, April 22, 2017
Time: 9 am-12 pm
Register Here: https://earthdayecocenter.eventbrite.com
Join us this Earth Day, April 22, to celebrate planet earth and the EcoCenter! We’ll start the day with a shoreline cleanup around Heron’s Head Park, followed by a family-friendly party to celebrate the 7th anniversary of the opening of the EcoCenter.
Check out photos from our last shoreline cleanup in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service. 28 amazing volunteers joined us on January 16 to help remove 187 pounds of trash before it could become marine debris. Due to the recent California King Tide high tide, there was a lot for us to clean up along the shoreline – mainly plastic items such as food and candy wrappers, bottle caps, and wine corks. Check out a few great photos below.
Missed the cleanup? There will be more opportunities to participate coming your way. Check out the dates above for the remaining 2017 cleanups or sign up for our newsletter to stay informed.
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