Join the South Florida community on two coastal cleanups all happening on Saturday, Septemeber 20, 2014.
Trash on the beach and in our waters such as food wrappers, straws, cigarettes and bottle caps can disturb aquatic existence. Balloons are repeatedly found at the cleanings, this item could block sea turtles and other animals’ digestive tracts. Fishing line and hooks can tangle marine life and also hurt humans walking along the beaches.
The reason for these coastal cleanups is to reassure and boost the public to be habitually cognizant and mindful of the need to keep all coasts spotless of harmful products and ensure its beautiful natural state. Every one of us can recover the state of the seashores, coastline and dunes to guarantee that our surroundings continue to function as places both people and nature can use safely.
South Florida Coastal Cleanup Event Details for Saturday September 20, 2014:
International Coastal Cleanup at Juno Beach Pier
Time: 8:00 a.m. (sharp) - 9:00 a.m.
Location: Loggerhead Marine Center at 14200 U.S. Highway One, Juno Beach FL 33408
Details: Complete the registration form and email it to: Lynne Wells at firstname.lastname@example.org or bring it to Loggerhead Marine Center gate for instructions. The first 100 volunteers to fill out the registration form will receive a free T-Shirt. All volunteers will meet at Loggerhead Marine Center and after the one hour beach cleanup, the group will enjoy breakfast compliments of Whole Foods Market. Bring family and friends for a great way to start the day!
C3: Coastal Cleanup and Concert at Carlin Park
Time: 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Location: The Seabreeze Amphitheatre: 750 South S. R. A1A Jupiter FL, 33477
Details: Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation presents this coastal beach cleanup for all ages. C3 is a local event for the community to uphold the protection of the coastal environment and feature a vendor village, food trucks, and live music by The Helmsmen. Free admission and all are welcome, so bring your lawn chairs, blankets and pets on leashes!
*For both events, all volunteers are encouraged to bring their own gloves and bucket.
Keep our Ocean Clean, technically we only have One!