Take part in the world's largest shoreline cleanup at Euclid Beach State Park!- September 15th, 10am-12pm
Join volunteers for a beach cleanup at Euclid Beach State Park as we take part in International Coastal Cleanup Day --the world's single largest shoreline cleanup-at Euclid Beach State Park! On September 15th, volunteers in partnership with the Ocean Conservancy and Alliance for the Great Lakes Adopt-a-Beach program will clean beaches across the world's oceans and along the Great Lakes to raise awareness about the impact of trash on beach and water quality. Volunteers will not only remove debris, they will also record their findings. The data collected by volunteers is used to educate the public, share with local beach authorities and improve our beaches across the Great Lakes!
Before you hit up the beach cleanup on Saturday September 15th, don't forget to sign the Ocean Conservancy's pledge to Take on the Trash! Signing the pledge is simple – do what you can to reduce your trash impact, clean up an open space near you and hopefully, join the 27th annual International Coastal Cleanup this September 15th!
We can all do our part to create clean beaches for everyone to enjoy, cleaner water for fish and wildlife, and healthier Great Lakes for those whose lives depend on it. But it’s going to take all of us coming together to make it happen!