Coastal Cleanup Day on the Morro Bay Sandspit RSVP
Service and Citizen Science on the Sandspit
Keep Morro Bay clean and gather important data for the Ocean Conservancy on Saturday, September 17!
ECOSLO organizes the county-wide efforts for International Coastal Cleanup Day, and the Estuary Program is happy to lead the cleanup charge on the North and Central Morro Bay sandspit, however…
OUR BOAT IS NOW FULL!
Discover another Morro Bay location and sign up at ECOSLO.org/coastal-cleaup-day.
We are grateful for so many awesome volunteers wanting to keep Morro Bay clean and healthy!
For those signed up at our sandspit location, please keep an eye on your email for details coming soon!
We’ll meet on the Embarcadero at about 8:30 a.m. (exact location and time TBA—Estuary Program staff will contact you the week before the cleanup with these details) and take a free boat ride over to the north end of the sandspit to start our day. We’ll hear from State Park rangers about the snowy plovers that make their homes in this valuable environment, and then we’ll clean the beach and tally the types of trash we find.
Morro Bay National Estuary Program brings together citizens, local governments, non-profits, agencies, and landowners to protect and restore the Morro Bay estuary.
Protecting and Restoring the Morro Bay Estuary.