Volunteers are signing up to host beach cleanups on the Oregon Coast for this Fall and Next Spring cleanup dates. Schools, business groups, and anyone can host your own cleanup event with Ocean Blue.
Our goal is to collect as much beach litter as possible and to recycle all plastic we collect and lower the amount of plastic being tossed into our landfills.
Sign up to join forces with thousands of Oregon Volunteers wanting to help save the ocean and marine wildlife by removing micro plastic and plastic fragments floating on to beaches in Oregon.
Plastic floating onto beaches is the best way to clean the ocean as the beaches have became the filter for marine debris and beyond. Litter impeding our beaches is part of the 300 hundred million metric tons that is floating in the North Pacific Ocean. This debris lowers economic value, hurts tourism, however we together can make the change needed and save marine wildlife animals with every piece of plastic removed from beaches.
Who anyone who would like to give back, and save marine wildlife by removing plastic fragments to lower the amount of plastic floating with fish.
Where Any Beach on the Oregon Coast
When: Fall and Spring - schedule this fall and next spring
Ideas: Newport, Oregon, Lincoln City, Oregon, Seaside, Oregon, Manzanita, Oregon
Ocean Blue is removing tons of plastic pollution from beaches in Oregon, and our goal is to keep all plastic being collected out of our landfills and make sure we are recycling the plastic we pick up. With so much plastic floating onto the Oregon Coast this is a perfect opportunity to make this happen.
Sponsorship Levels: Oregonians that can not make the cleanup event can help keep our beaches clean by making a tax deductible donations to the beach cleanup fund. You can donate $ 25 dollars to $25,000 dollars allowing both individuals or corporations allowing anyone to contribute to this major coast cleanup effort.
You can make a donations by visiting this Link: http://www.oceanblueproject.org/corporate-sponsorship.html
Join the Ocean Blue Project team today and visit our website at www.oceanblueproject.org
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