International Coastal Cleanup: Emerald Coast
Community members and visitors to the Emerald Coast are encouraged to join the International Coastal Cleanup efforts to clean up the beaches on Saturday morning, September 18th, from 9:00 to 11:00AM.
All participants are encouraged to provide their own trash bags or buckets, gloves, hat, sunscreen, water bottle, etc. In addition, it is recommended you wearing a facemask for your personal safety and the safety of others.
Access the online waiver and sign up at the following links:
Beach Cleanup sites include the following locations:
Inlet Beach Regional Access, 139 S Orange St., Inlet
The Boardwalk/Newman C. Brackin, 1450 Miracle Strip Pkwy., Fort Walton Beach
The Surf Hut, 551 Scenic Gulf Drive, Miramar Beach
Norriego Point, Access of Gulf Shores Drive, Destin
Mattie Kelly Park & Joe's Bayou, 800 Beach Drive, Destin
Henderson Beach State Park, 17000 Emerald Coast Pkwy., Destin
The Crab Trap/James Lee Park, 3500 Scenic Hwy. 98, Destin
For more than 35 years, our International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) has galvanized communities worldwide to collect trash that pollutes our waterways, making our coasts cleaner and our ocean healthier. Together with partners we’ve brought 16 million volunteers–like you–to help us collect more than 340 million pounds of trash. Volunteers have helped the ICC become a beacon of hope, inspiring action worldwide, and that support has never been more needed than now.
This year, we’re making the ICC a time for people to reconnect with each other, the waters they love so much, and Ocean Conservancy’s mission of keeping our ocean free of trash.
More info: Ocean Conservancy
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