Written on September 1, 2016

International Coastal Cleanup Day 2016 – A Human Race Against Micro Plastics

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YES. Its that time of the year again and we are gearing up to celebrate International Coastal Cleanup Day 2016 on Saturday September 17th.

OCEANFORCE FOUNDATION IS CALLING THIS “A HUMAN RACE AGAINST MICRO PLASTICS.”

In the USA, our Southern California cleanup location will be in San Diego, at the Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge at the bottom of the Big Bay. This area is been the center of our Restoration and Preservation Project for the last three years. Altho it is much more cleaner now than it was in the last 20+ years, there is still a lot of work to do before it can be healthy pristine again. The Sweetwater Marsh is home to a large community of local and migratory wildlife year round, and it is considered to be one of the last undeveloped marshlands left in the West Coast of the United States.

We will be adding more detailed information on all of our Oceanforce Foundation’s international locations closer to the date and as it becomes available on our website www.oceanforce.org

The Ocean Conservancy has also more info on the rest of the international locations @ http://www.oceanconservancy.org/our-work/international-coastal-cleanup/2016-ocean-trash-index.html

In California also visit www.cleanupday.org 

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