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Make Trash Extinct! Volunteers Needed in Half Moon Bay for Coastal Cleanup Day

California's largest volunteer event is this Saturday and your help is needed on the Coast.

29th Annual California Coastal Cleanup Day is Saturday in Half Moon Bay.
29th Annual California Coastal Cleanup Day is Saturday in Half Moon Bay.
if you want to help protect the dolphins that swim off the beaches in Half Moon Bay from cigarette butts and other harmful trash, consider volunteering this Saturday at the 29th Annual California Coastal Cleanup Day to pick up litter.

The San Mateo Countywide Pollution Prevention Program invites community members to volunteer in the annual Coastal Cleanup Day this Saturday, Sept. 21 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at one of many sites in Half Moon Bay. Work with your neighbors to clean up trash at beaches, creeks, parking lots and neighborhood streets with the goal to prevent the refuse from winding up in our bays and the ocean, landing on California’s coastline.

Here’s a look at some of the clean up day locations in and around Half Moon Bay. For more Bay Area and coastal sites, click here.

Mirada/Surfer's Beach
Meet at: Trailhead entrance at Magellan Avenue

Pillar Point/Maverick's
Meet at: Pillar Point Parking lot

Dunes Beach
Meet at: Dunes Beach parking lot on west side of Hwy 1. Look for set up just past the restrooms

Francis State Beach
Meet at: Francis State Beach parking lot

Pilarcitos Creek
Meet at: Stone Pine Business Park, 120 Stone Pine Road

Poplar Beach
Meet at: Poplar Beach parking lot

Montara State Beach
Meet at: North end dirt parking lot

Pescadero State Beach
Meet at: North parking lot of Pescadero State Beach

San Gregorio State Beach
Meet at: San Gregorio State Beach parking lot Hwy 1 @ Hwy 84 (La Honda Rd.)

Everyone who joins volunteer crews for Coastal Cleanup Day is required to sign a waiver form. Although there will be waiver forms at each cleanup location, you can print and sign the waiver form now (your check in will be faster). All volunteers under the age of 18 must have the waiver form signed by a parent or legal guardian before participating in a cleanup. Waiver forms available in English and in Spanish.
Céline Maublanc Gerakin February 05, 2014 at 08:18 PM
Hello! I am interested in being a volunteer! I live in Pillar Point harbor and every weekends I walk on the beach and paddle board in the harbor to pick up the trash. I would love to do that with a group of people who share the same interest. I love cleaning up the coast, but with other people, I am sure it is more fun! This is what I have been doing so far :-) http://livingaboard470.wordpress.com/category/protecting-hmb/

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