Give a Day for the Bay Success by the Numbers
Our Give a Day for the Bay volunteer campaign came to a close this past weekend, and we are very happy with the results!
Here is a breakdown by the numbers:
6 partner organizations offered volunteer opportunities to benefit the bay.
10 cleanups happened, with 9 along the water’s edge, and 1 under the water.
192 volunteers gave a total of 572.5 hours to keeping Morro Bay clean and healthy!
Thank you partners and volunteers for your hard work!
Below, you’ll find pictures of Give a Day for the Bay volunteers in action. Enjoy!
Tsunami Debris Cleanup on the Sandspit at Montana de Oro
Cleanup of South Bay Boulevard
Cleanup of the Elfin Forest Shoreline
Three Cleanups of Centennial Parkway in August, September, and October
with Morro Bay in Bloom
International Coastal Cleanup Day on the Sandspit
with Morro Bay National Estuary Program (many thanks to San Luis Obispo county organizer,
Underwater Cleanup in Morro Bay
Cleanup of Bayshore Bluffs Park
Cleanup at Morro Rock
30 volunteers picked up 72 pounds of trash in just two hours!
Thank you to all who participated! You made a positive difference for the Morro Bay National Estuary, the people who love it, and the plants and animals that depend on it.
Tell your story
- Did you Give a Day for the Bay? Write email@example.com and tell us about it!
- Are you ready to Give a Day for the Bay now? Do it! You can Make a Day for the Bay anytime during the year. If you organize your own activity that benefits the bay (planting native plants, picking up dog waste or trash along your walking path, etc.), write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, describe your activity, and send us a picture of you in action.
- We’ll post your good deed on social media to inspire others to help keep Morro Bay clean and healthy!