Category Archives: Next Beach Cleanup & Habitat Restoration

Next Beach Cleanup: Mussel Rock – Sat. February 23rd

Next Mussel Rock Beach Cleanup: Saturday, February 23rd 9AM to 11AM About the Cleanup:Site captains: Helen Nicely & Joe RectoTime: Saturday from 9am-11am, rain or shine.Where to Meet: At the Mussel Rock carpark located at the lower coastal end of Westline Drive by the second entrance to Allied Waste Transfer Station.  Drive north past the junction of Skyline Drive, avoiding […]

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Next Beach Cleanup: Pillar Point – Sat. February 23rd

Next Beach Cleanup: Saturday, February 23rd, 9 AM to 11 AM About the Cleanup:Site captains: Celine and LaurelTime: This Saturday from 9am-11am.Where to Meet: On the coastal trail by the Pillar Point RV Park (4000 Cabrillo Hwy, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019).  This is north of Surfer Beach and South of Sam’s Chowder House.Cleanup Areas: Volunteers usually clean up the […]

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Next Beach Cleanup: Rockaway – Sat. March 2nd

Next Beach Cleanup: Saturday, March 2nd 9AM to 10AM About Rockaway Beach: Rockaway Beach is a narrow gently curving stretch of strand anchored by high coastal bluffs at either end with rock embankments along the shoreline to prevent further erosion. Its crashing surf, trail amenities, sunsets and dramatic headlands make it a beloved destination for locals and visitors alike. Site Captains: Debbie, Jill & Eileen […]

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Next Beach Cleanup: Montara State Beach – Sat. March 9th

Next Montara Beach Cleanup: Saturday, March 9th from 9AM to 11AM Sign up here! About the cleanupSite captains: Valerie, Ryan & CynthiaWhere to Meet: Cabrillo Highway across from 2nd Street. Meet in the parking lot just to the right of La Costanera restaurant (right next to the restaurant on the north side). NOTE: if coming from Pacifica, go past the first […]

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Next Beach Cleanup: Sharp Park – Sat. March 9th

Next Sharp Park Beach Cleanup: Saturday, March 9th from 9AM to 11AM About the cleanupSite captains: Pauline, Deirdre & ReedTime: From 9am-11amWhere to Meet: At the corner of Beach Blvd and Clarendon at the start of the Levee.Parking: Street parking is free.Cleanup Areas: Volunteers clean the beach, streets, parking lots, the pier and the promenade.Supplies: Volunteers are encouraged to bring […]

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Next Beach Cleanup: Linda Mar – Sat. March 16th

Next Beach Cleanup: Saturday, March 16th 9AM to 11AM About Linda Mar State Beach: Also known as Pacifica State Beach, Linda Mar is a wide crescent-shaped beach favored as a local surfing spot, and one of the most loved and used beach in Pacifica by residents and visitors alike.  Located adjacent to Highway 1, it  features a coastal trail stretching along the beachfront to enjoy from one […]

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Next Beach Cleanup: Esplanade – Sat. March 16th

Next Beach Cleanup: Saturday March 16th from 9AM to 11AM About Esplanade Beach: Currently the Manor/Esplanade area and Manor bluff is one of Pacifica’s locations most in need of some love! Overlooking magnificent cliffs, magical sunsets and frequent visits by ocean life invite overnight campers. Strong winds swirl litter from the Post Office and Manor shopping center. Esplanade Beach is a natural, relatively […]

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Register Today for Our 22nd Annual MLK Cleanup & Planting

Saturday, January 19th from 9AM to Noon Volunteers are needed to plant over 1,000 native dune plants to increase biodiversity and protect the wintering habitat of the endangered Western snowy plover and other wildlife.  About this Event: Time: Cleanup from 9am to 10am & Planting from 10am to Noon.Where to Meet: Cleanup: At the southern end of the main parking […]

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Rockaway Switchbacks – Looking for Site Captains

If you are interested in joining our team of incredible site captains and love gardening, please send us an email at info @ pacificabeachcoalition.org. Thank you!   About the Restoration: The Rockaway Switchbacks and beach bluffs habitat restoration project started three years ago with the question “what if”. The Rockaway Switchbacks area has been overrun by non-native invasive cape ivy, mustard, […]

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