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Thank you for your interest in the International Coastal Cleanup!

 

This year’s International Coastal Cleanup will take place along Pacific Coast and Strait of Juan de Fuca Beaches on the morning of Saturday, September 17th. Please see specific locations for details such as time and where to check-in as this can vary by location.

Please note that Tribal Nations are not participating in the International Coastal Cleanup and are not available for volunteers to register for. Any other beach not listed is not participating in the cleanup. Consider which area is going to be best for you and your party and register for an available beach using the map below. Thank you for your cooperation and participation.

Please reach out to us at coordinator@coastsavers.org if you have any questions.

 

 Indicates locations that are registration stations for several area beaches. Check-in at these sites for cleanups in that area. See specific areas for details.

 Indicates beach locations that are participating in the 2022 International Coastal Cleanup. Some beaches may have challenging access issues including hiking up to three miles just to get to the beach. See the map for the beach proximity to parking.

 Indicates a dumpster only location-a stand alone dumpster that is not associated with a beach registration station.

Thank you for coming together with thousands of people from all around the world to make a difference in keeping our beaches healthy, clean and beautiful! You truly are amazing CoastSavers!!

Many thanks to all of the groups and organizations who have been participating in this cleanup for decades, like the Pacific Northwest Four Wheel Drive Association, and to our partners and site coordinators including but not limited to: Washington State Parks; The GrassRoots Garbage Gang; Coastal Interpretive Center; Washington Surfrider: Olympia, South Sound and Olympic Peninsula Chapters; Olympic National Park; Lions Clubs International; Clallam Bay Sekiu Chamber of Commerce; Port Townsend Marine Science Center; and supporters like the Osburne, Harris and Donleycott families and their friends.

Washington CoastSavers is currently funded under a NOAA Marine Debris Program Grant

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