Volunteer Beach Cleanups Clean Up Day
How Does Plastic End Up On Beaches?
Richard Arterbury director of Ocean Blue stated that the Ocean is a Mirror image of our land and when our city streets, urban streams, and rivers are litter free our Ocean will collect the end results of this type of pollution. As a nation we have to refuse plastic products and find something that doesn't harm human and animal health. Read more about how our Oceans are all connected by Ocean Currents and how plastic or litter is traveling around the world. Learn More:
Learn more about Ocean Blue
Ocean Blue is cleaning the ocean one stream at time. We host beach clean ups to add awareness about the outstanding amount of plastic that is in our World Ocean.
Our goal is to plant One Million Native Trees to Save Salmon on the Willamette River by 2025.
Donate: “Gift a Tree”
Adopt a stream and take part in Clean Water Monitoring Programs with Ocean Blue. The programs help our team in water quality testing of rivers and in projects we are restoring.
Donate: “Save the Water save An Otter”
Ocean Blue for several years was placing all the beach plastic and garbage in the landfill. Today we are able through partnerships recycle the collected beach plastic fragments and not impede the landfill with more plastic rubbish.
Donate: “Make A Wish Save A Fish”
We are requesting donations to open a recycling center hosting 15 beach plastic collection sites that will allow, Oregon beach combers picking up on the Oregon Coast can also recycle beach plastic. Give to beach recycling/upcycling
Why volunteer? Because it feels good!
Warm Up With A Warm Ocean Blue Coffee Mug
Ocean Blue Coffee Mug
Save The Ocean Supporter Bumper Sticker
Show your Ocean Love of support from the rooftops, or just flaunt it from your bumper!
Reusable Ocean Blue 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.
Save The Turtles Bracelet
Save The Turtles Bracelet - African Glass beads are hand made by members of the Krobo Tribe that reside in Ghana, Africa.
Your donation for this bracelet, you will help our team clean ocean beaches, save the turtles, and help save millions of marine sea mammals in our ocean.
We may contact you by email to check on your exact size.