Join Us For A Trash-Collecting Party!
One World One Ocean invites Orange County ocean enthusiasts to join us for a beach cleanup at Montage Beach in Laguna Beach on Saturday, September 15 from 9 to 11 am, in celebration of International Coastal Cleanup Day.
For the second year in a row, we’re joining the Laguna Beach Boys & Girls Club and Zero Trash for a fun-filled morning picking up trash and creating an index report of all the items we find. We’ll send the results to The Ocean Conservancy, which collects data from cleanups held across the globe. Last year half a million people around the world collected 9 million pounds of trash along 20,000 miles of coastline. That’s a lot of trash that didn’t end up in our oceans!
Here’s how to join us on September 15.
Meet at 9:00am on the patio next to the beach at the Montage Hotel located at 30801 South Coast Highway. Bring hats, gloves and water. Zero Trash will supply the cleanup bags.
Let us know you’re coming by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
One World One Ocean founders Greg and Barbara MacGillivray will be there to lead the effort along with Eco-Warrior James Pribram, a Laguna Beach native, professional surfer and environmentalist.
International Coastal Cleanup Day was started 26 years ago by The Ocean Conservancy and is now the world’s largest volunteer event.
Come join us as we help protect and preserve our ocean!