About Us

Washington CoastSavers are people actively engaged in saving Washington’s Pacific Coast from the harm of marine debris.

The CoastSavers program is organized by a broad spectrum of participating nonprofits, community groups, corporations, and public agencies. The program is steered by an informal committee of representatives from the Clallam Bay-Sekiu Lions Club, Discover Your Northwest, Surfrider Foundation, Pacific Coast Shellfish Growers Association, Grass Roots Garbage Gang, Clallam County, Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, Olympic National Park, and the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission.

Contact Us
Liam Antrim, Interim Coordinator
Email: coordinator (at) coastsavers.org


Nonprofits & Community Groups

Discover Your Northwest Grass Roots Garbage Gang Friends of Olympic National Park The Mountaineers
Ocean Conservancy Surfrider Foundation PTMSC-logo-stacked-text-rt-300x125 (1) Pacific Northwest Four Wheel Drive Association
Clallam Bay-Sekiu Lions Club National Parks Conservation Association RangerAssociation Logo Boy Scout Troop 1498

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Governments and Public Agencies

North Olympic AmeriCorps Program City of Ocean Shores, Office of Public Works, Permits, and Planning Grays Harbor County Solid Waste Division Grays Harbor County Marine Resources Committee
Hoh Indian Tribe Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary: National Marine Sanctuaries Olympic National Park: National Park Service Quinault Indian Nation
North Pacific Coast Marine Resources Committee NOAA Marine Debris Program Washington State Parks an Recreation Commission Washington Sea Grant
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