About Beach Cleanups
Oceans nonprofit project restoring rivers, through tree planting that will help feed birds ducks and provide shade for trout, salmon, and beyond.
Every plastic fragment picked up during beach cleanups together we save the beach and removing plastic, saves at least one animal.
Beach clean up fun for everyone! #wecleanbeaches
Donate to plant a memorial tree in honor of a friend, family member, or group. Trees for Streams & Wildlife Enhancement.
ONE CLEANUP AT A TIME
OBP's goals are to empower communities and beyond by providing planning and providing technical assistance to landowners, communities, and local governments. Our main focus and goal is to improve urban water quality by using a holistic ecosystem based approach that synergistically reduces pollutants entering the river, prevents erosion, and provides wildlife habitat. Through the process of restoration, we are providing environmental education, connecting people in the community to their natural environment, and improving biodiversity. Read about plastic pollution in the ocean facts and how we can all help solve this plastic pollution problem saving wildlife and beyond. Ocean is a nonprofit and solely operaties on donations to keep our mission to save our one world ocean. The Ocean Blue Facebook
Blue Ocean Store
Ocean Blue Coffee Mug
Science Marine Ocean Debris kit
One pound of Ocean plastic for students of all ages to observe during class room discussion about the plastic and how it harms our environment. Marine Debris Kit will include one jar of mix plastic small and micro sizes, marine debris rope, large plastic fragments, with with free printable Ocean Currents maps for students to review. Maps can be printed at this site on our website. https://www.oceanblueproject.org/ocean-current-maps.html
All orders are processed in the order received. Current shipping times for all orders within the United States are approximately 2-3 weeks from order date or less.
Schools: If you are a school and like to order a large amount of kits please contact Karisa@oceanblueproject.org. You can also obtain a W9 if needed and printed invoice for your school.