Celebrate Earth Day this year by joining hundreds of fellow volunteers and participate in the 2019 Washington CoastSavers coastal cleanup on Saturday, April 20th. Last year, thanks to more than 1,000 volunteers, over 18 tons of debris from local beaches got removed.
Be sure to check back on the beach signup page specific to the beach/location you registered for a week before the cleanup to ensure all tide times and registration details have been updated.
Before You Go:
Check the weather forecast for the coast and plan your clothing and supplies accordingly. It’s a good idea to have layers that help protect you from water, wind, and cold. For more information about safety, clothing, tools, lodging, and dogs, see CoastSaver’s Frequently Asked Questions page.
Check In First:
CoastSavers requests that you please check in before beginning any cleanup activities. Check-in time and location is listed on the beach signup page specific to the beach/location you registered for.
At each location, a CoastSavers beach coordinator will provide trash bags and basic information about the cleanup and your beach.