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The original item was published from 9/6/2019 3:13:00 PM to 9/9/2019 1:29:58 PM.
Posted on: September 5, 2019
[ARCHIVED] Coastal Cleanup Day
Join us for the Annual Watsonville Coastal Cleanup Day. The bay's largest volunteer day. Come out, bring the entire family and have fun with us!
Watsonville Coastal Cleanup
It's that time of the year. Coastal Cleanup time!
Join and help us keep our neighborhoods and freshwater ways litter free. We invite you all to attend one of our fun inland sites in Watsonville.
Pick a site, grab your family, bucket, reusable gloves and come on down!
For those Freshmen students looking to kick off their community service hours don't hesitate to get a head start, or if you're a Senior looking to wrap up those last hours, here's a great opportunity to get them done. Bring your friends!
Watsonville Inland Sites
West Struve Slough @ Pajaro Valley High School, 500 Harkins Slough Road
Watsonville Slough @ Watsonville Nature Center behind Ramsay Park, 30 Harkins Slough Road
Pajaro River Levee @ River Park, 100 E. Front Street
Downtown City Plaza @ 358 Main Street, meet in front of Plaza Gazebo phasing Main Street, Cleanup includes downtown streets and a walk to the Santa Cruz Metro - Watsonville Transit Center.
We encourage everyone to bring their buckets and reusable globes in order to minimize the usage of single use materials like bags and plastic globes. Parking is free at all Watsonville inland sites and cleaning materials will be provided.
Enjoy some FREE morning refreshments and join us as we celebrate our hard work with some PIZZA after the cleanup. Don’t forget to bring your reusable water bottle and tools and help us strive to make this a zero waste event.
It is HIGHLY recommended that all volunteers wear closed-toed shoes as well as wear sun protection, bring a filled water bottle, and layered clothing.
For more information regarding our four inland sites please contact Chris Miranda at 768-3165 or for other beach sites in Santa Cruz County contact Save our Shores at the following website, www.saveourshores.org