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EARTH DAY Beach Cleanup - Bolsa Chica State Beach

April 20, 2024

08:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT

Orange County Platoon

Event overview

Join the OC Platoon for an Earth Day Beach Cleanup at Bolsa Chica State Beach. We will be supporting the Surfrider Foundation which is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s ocean, waves and beaches, for all people. We will be scavenging the shoreline, beach, parking lot, etc. We are asked: - Do NOT collect seaweed, wood, rocks, stones, seashells by the seashore sold by Sally. -Let us know if you find any 'sleeping' animals for Parks and Rec. to scoop up. - Bring back your trash once your bag its full, time runs out, or you must leave. Surfrider will weigh the trash, record the weight, then sort out the trash for items to be recycled - For those that need community service hours, it is at this point that you can get a form stating you attended the cleanup. - Bring reusable water bottle, reusable gloves (gardening or mechanic), and sun protection. - Avoid bringing plastic bottles, bags of chips, and other single use plastic products. - Dress for the beach, hat, sunglasses, shorts, and flip flops… WEAR YOUR TMC BLUES IF YOU HAVE THEM! Arriving: - Parking will be free for the Surfrider Cleanup. Enter through the Bolsa Chica main entrance on PCH. Turn right and head towards Warner Ave. Check in with TMC and we will proceed as a group to check-in with Surfrider. You will see tent and flags north of Sea Legs.


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What To Wear

TMC blues

What to Bring

Reusable water bottle, reusable work gloves if you have them (ex: gardening or mechanic).

Event Contact

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When and where


April 20, 2024


08:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PDT)


Bolsa Chica State Beach

17851 Pacific Coast Hwy
Huntington Beach, CA

Parking Information

Free parking on-site

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