The 33rd Annual California Coastal Cleanup Day, the state’s largest volunteer event, is going to take place this Saturday, September 16, 2017 from 9 AM to Noon.
On Friday, Sept. 15 in Antioch will be the 4th Annual Coastal Cleanup Kayak Day. (Click here for details). Then on Saturday in Richmond another kayak cleanup will take place at Shimada Friendship Park. (See below)
The event is expected to draw more than 70,000 volunteers who will combat marine debris at over 800 locations throughout the state by removing the trash that has accumulated on California’s beaches and inland shorelines over the past year.
There are multiple locations throughout Contra Costa County where you can volunteer. Click on the name, below of the one you’re interested in to go to the information page for that location:
Marsh Creek Watershed, East County
Garrity Creek at Hilltop, Richmond
Antioch – 3 locations to choose from. Details here.
Point Isabel Regional Shoreline, Richmond
Richmond Greenway at Carlson Avenue
Richmond Greenway Rain Garden & Bioswale
Shimada Friendship Park, Richmond
Shimada Friendship Park-Kayak cleanup
Wildcat Creek at Verde Elementary School, Richmond
Wildcat Creek Staging Area, North Richmond
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