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Cleaning Up Trash On Morro Bay’s Beaches: A Volunteer’s Story

Bar cans crushed and shoved between rocks in the rip rap.

Guest Post by Lily Newton Keeping local beaches clean and beautiful When I first moved to the Central Coast area a little over two years ago, one of the first things that struck me was how scenic and clean the local beaches were. Looking back now, the Texas Gulf Coast beaches that I had grown up visiting were a far cry from pristine, often cluttered with plastic waste and suffering from many other signs of damage from frequent use. Now that I call Los Osos and Morro Bay home, keeping this area as scenic and beautiful as it was when …

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Keeping Morro Bay Clean

  There are many wonderful local groups that work to keep Morro Bay clean and healthy. Several of them are hosting community cleanup events tomorrow, Saturday, July 9. Put on some sunscreen, comfortable shoes, and layered clothing, then head out to join the fun! Shoreline Cleanup with the Estuary Program, State Parks, & California Coastal Trail Association State Park Marina, 9 a.m., Saturday, July 9 Overview Join the Morro Bay National Estuary Program, California State Parks, and the California Coastal Trail Association), to clean up Windy Cove and the Morro Bay State Park Marina. You’ll help keep Morro Bay clean and healthy, and get …

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