Category Archives: Beach Cleanups

New Cleanup: Miramar Beach & Bluff – Postponed

Next Miramar Beach Cleanup: Postponed – from 9AM to 11AM About Miramar Beach, Half Moon Bay:Miramar Beach is located off highway 1 between Half Moon Bay and El Grenada and runs parallel to the Miramar Road. The Miramar Bluff contains a portion of the California Coastal Trail that heads north and south for bikers, runners, and walkers. It is a […]

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Past Event -23rd Annual MLK Cleanup & Planting

Saturday, January 18th 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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Next Beach Cleanup: Tunitas Creek

This cleanup is organised in partnership with TLC Locals. Please contact TLC locals directly for any questions about this beach cleanup. About the Cleanup:Site captains: BrandyWhere to Meet: Meet at Tunitas Creek Road entrance.Parking: Currently parking is free along Tunitas Creek Rd. though Parking Restrictions are in the works we will have permitted allowances for Volunteers during our 3rd Sunday clean-up hours.Cleanup Areas: Volunteers […]

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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 @ 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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