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Let's make trash extinct! Pitch in for California Coastal Cleanup Day and lend a hand throughout the Golden Gate National Parks and beyond! Cleanup and restoration activities will be happening in San Francisco, Marin, and Pacifica. Together we can keep our parks, neighborhoods, and shorelines clean, safe, and healthy for everyone.
2014 Sites Included:
We need more people here! Nearly 80% of the trash we collect in San Francisco comes from the East side. Contact: Aquarium of the Bay, (415) 262-4725
- Agua Vista Park
- Candlestick Point/Yosemite Slough North
- Candlestick Point/Yosemite Slough South
- Candlestick Point/Executive Park
- Heron’s Head Park
- India Basin Open Space
- Islais Creek
- Mission Bay/Bay Front Park
- Pier 94
- Warm Water Cove
Contact: Golden Gate National Parks, (415) 561-3077 or email@example.com.
- Aquatic Park/Fisherman’s Wharf
- Crissy Field/Presidio
- Baker Beach
- China Beach
- Golden Gate Park/North Lake
- Golden Gate Park/Murphy Windmill
- Lands End
- Ocean Beach/Fulton
- Ocean Beach/Lincoln
- Ocean Beach/Judah
- Ocean Beach/Sloat
- Ocean Beach/Fort Funston
ABOUT CALIFORNIA COASTAL CLEANUP DAY & 2014 RESULTS
California Coastal Cleanup Day is one of the nation’s premier volunteer events dedicated to the marine environment. For more information, visit the official website for California Coastal Cleanup Day.
Last year over 50% of the debris collected was diverted from the landfill. Recology, our event partner, further supports our conservation goals by making sure that everything you collect is separated and as much as possible is diverted from the landfill. Not only are the standard materials recycled—i.e. cans, bottles, hard plastic, etc.—but also scrap wood, metal, sheet rock, cement, sand and brick. Thank You Recology!
Detailed 2014 results (PDF) >>
The Golden Gate National Parks Volunteer Program is a cooperative parkwide effort of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, the National Park Service, and the Presidio Trust.