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Host Your Own Cleanup
Every year during Ocean Blue host over 120 Coastal, River, and Tree Planting Projects annually, and we host two open to the public celebrations by inviting everyone to help clean up and take part.
The two main events are the “Annual Coastal Cleanup and Awareness Day” & “Oregon Ocean Day”, which hundreds of thousands of volunteers comb lakes, rivers and beaches around the world for making Oregon Prestine. Over the course of nearly six years, more than 8,000 volunteers have collected Tens of Thousands of pounds of trash.
The World Ocean needs help more than once a year, and you can take a lead role on the front line of one of the world's most preventable problems by doing your own beach or waterway cleanup. Next time you’re headed out to the beach or a nearby State park, take along a empty bottle or non plastic bag and an Ocean Blue Project Data collection Form to collect and document the debris you find.
Feeling more ambitious? Recruit friends, school groups, church groups, and family to join you in a larger cleanup. Explain to them how one river leads to another and —all waterways run downhill to the ocean. But if we take action and work together, we can improve the ocean’s health. “Make A Wish Save A Fish” Donation is how Ocean Blue Project is expanding our impact and saving wildlife animals, one clean up at a time.
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Here’s everything you’ll need for your own cleanup:
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