10:00 AM-1:00 PM
North Jetty Beach
N Jetty Rd.
Take Hwy 101 to Florence, follow 35th St to Rhododendron Dr. Follow Rhododendron Dr. north to N Jetty Rd. Stay on N. Jetty to end at the beach in Harbor Vista County Park
Come Prepared, Stay Safe, and Have Fun!
SOLVE provides bags, gloves and instruction once you get to the site on March 22nd. Be sure to wear raingear & sturdy shoes, and never turn your back to the sea! Additional tips shared by veteran cleanup volunteers to maximize cleanup efforts include:
Bring a bucket or reusable bag to reduce the amount of plastic trash bags used
Bring an old colander to sift the tide lines for harmful, bite-sized bits of plastic
Bring a pair of gardening gloves to reduce use of plastic gloves
Bring a reusable water bottle and/or coffee mug
Carpool and use public transportation where possible
Plan ahead and pack a “trash-free” lunch
Send SOLVE your stories of efforts to achieve a personal zero waste to landfill day!
Please avoid Western Snowy Plover habitat. Stay outside of roped areas, and keep your pets leashed.
Steer clear of sea lions for your safety and your pets. Increasing numbers are reported to be infected with a harmful bacteria. To report stranded marine mammals call [masked][masked][masked][masked][masked][masked][masked][masked]
BRING A SACK LUNCH TO EAT ON THE BEACHJoin Oregonians from across the state in celebrating nearly three decades of beach cleanups along the entire Oregon coastline. This effort benefits people and wildlife alike, supporting clean seas and healthy communities for present and future generations. Sign up to volunteer for the Spring Beach Cleanup on Saturday, March 22nd from 10am - 1pm to clean up litter and marine debris. Together, we can keep Oregon's beaches healthy and beautiful.
To register, visit: http://www.solveoregon.org/what-we-do/solve-spring-oregon-beach-cleanup
Tip: Search for your favorite beach on the calendar by filtering by city and clicking apply, or by checking out the cleanup site map on the webpage.
Want to avoid the crowds? Head south of Newport. The Southern Oregon coast needs our love too!
Interested in carpooling? Check out:
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