Creeks to Coast Cleanup on the Morro Bay Sandspit RSVP


Service and Citizen Science on the Sandspit

***Due to limited seating on the boat, RSVP REQUIRED***

Keep Morro Bay clean and gather important data for the Ocean Conservancy on Saturday, September 21!

ECOSLO organizes the county-wide efforts for International Coastal Cleanup Day, which has been expanded to include additional sites on creeks and other inland locations. The name of the combined cleanup event is Creeks to Coast Cleanup!

As always, the Estuary Program is happy to lead the cleanup charge on the North and Central Morro Bay sandspit.

Space for the sandspit cleanup is limited, so please fill out the form below soon to secure your place on the boat. Thank you!

You can also find additional cleanup spots in Morro Bay and beyond on ECOSLO’s Creeks to Coast website.


    Your Name (required)

    Your Email (required)

    Your phone number

    How many adults (18+) are in your party?

    How many children (under 18) are in your party?

    Is there anything else we should know about you and/or your group?

    We’ll meet at Morro Bay Landing at 8:30 a.m. to sign in and then catch a boat ride with Captain Stew’s Bay Cruise over to the north end of the sandspit to start our cleanup at 8:45. (Everyone must sign in before boarding.)  Once we land, we’ll clean the beach and tally the types of trash we find.

    We will depart the sandspit for the Embarcadero between 12:00 and 12:15 p.m. Please keep an eye out for an email from the Estuary Program the week before the event.

    Please let us know as soon as possible if you are not able to make the cleanup. We often have a waiting list for the event. Thank you!

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    Morro Bay National Estuary Program brings together citizens, local governments, non-profits, agencies, and landowners to protect and restore the Morro Bay estuary.

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    Protecting and Restoring the Morro Bay Estuary.