SANTA CRUZ MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY: SEABRIGHT BEACH CLEANUP, Aug 13, 9 – 11 AM

“Help preserve wildlife by taking trash out of the environment. Volunteer alongside your community to keep our beaches and bay clean following the holiday weekend. Thanks to Save Our Shores, we’ll provide everything you need to clean Seabright Beach safely and effectively. Meet at entrance to Seabright Beach.” More info HERE.

SAVE OUR SHORES: COWELL & MAIN BEACH CLEANUP, AUG 14, 9 – 11 AM

“We recommend that all volunteers wear closed-toed shoes, dress in layers, wear sun protection, and bring a filled reusable water bottle. All cleanup materials are provided, including buckets, grabbers, and gloves. Volunteers are also encouraged to bring their own. You can download the Save Our Shores Marine Tally App (Apple, Google) in advance of the cleanup and use it to record the debris you collect, or you can use the paper data cards that we will provide at the event. Every participant must complete a volunteer waiver. Please meet us at the base of the stairs to Cowell Beach.” For info, Tally App, registration & waiver go HERE.

SAVE OUR SHORES: ANNUAL COAST CLEANUP SITE CAPTAINS TRAININGS AUG 30 & 31, 6 – 8 PM

“Site captains take on the role of leading the cleanup event on Sept 17, this entails bringing cleanup supplies to the location, checking in volunteers, providing the safety and data collection instructions, and returning all supplies, waivers, and data to Save Our Shores after your cleanup event. Site captains are required to attend just one of two virtual training sessions we will be hosting on Tuesday, August 30 and Wednesday, August 31 from 6pm-8pm on Zoom. We will be hosting multiple supply pick up dates in September, with more details coming soon. Public volunteer registration will be going live on our website later this month, so feel free to share with your friends and family the location you sign up for so they can register as a volunteer and join you!” Site Captain registration HERE