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California Coastal Cleaup Day is an event in which thousands of volunteers participate in a statewide cleanup at more than 850 locations throughout California, including San Clemente Pier and San Clemente State Beach. Last year’s event drew more than 66,000 volunteers from around the state with more than 1.2 million pounds of trash removed from the coastlines.
Cleanup sites also include Dana Point Harbor Underwater Cleanup, Ocean Institute/Dana Point Marine Protected Area, Dana Point Yacht Club on-the-water kayak cleanup, Doheny State Beach and San Juan Creek, Salt Creek/Strand Beach, Dana Point Harbor Cigarette Butt Round-up and Capistrano Beach.
Specific details for each site, along with a directory of all sites in Orange County, and RSVP information can be found at www.coastkeeper.org/ccd_site_locations.