Give a Day on South Bay Blvd or the Shoreline

Morro Bay Estuary, Sandspit, Morro Rock, and the Morro Bay, CA SPhoto by Michael “Mike” L. Baird

Clean up South Bay Boulevard or the Elfin Forest Shoreline

Hosted by SWAP – Small Wilderness Area Preservation



August 1

South Bay Blvd: 9AM–noon

Elfin Forest Shoreline: Begin at 10AM


Join the Weed Warriors of SWAP to pick up trash along South Bay Boulevard between the Los Osos Creek bridge and Turri Road. Or, help SWAP member Skip Rotstein with shoreline cleanup by kayak along the bay edge of the Elfin Forest, leaving from the Baywood Pier.

Please e-mail RSVP for South Bay Boulevard cleanup to, or for Elfin Forest shoreline cleanup, RSVP to

Meet at locations specified by hosts.  For trash pickup, wear sturdy shoes and long pants; gloves, safety vests and trash bags provided.  For shoreline cleanup, bring a kayak or canoe; one kayak is available.  Wear sunblock and hats, and bring water.

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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.