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|CALIFORNIA COASTAL CLEAN-UP||
California Coastal Cleanup Day is Saturday,
Sept. 21, 2013!
What is California Coastal Cleanup Day?
California Coastal Cleanup Day (CCD) is a statewide beach and coastal and inland waterway cleanup held throughout California each year, part of the largest such cleanup in the country. CCD is a partnership between the California Coastal Commission, non-profit groups such as Californias KAB Local Affiliates, I Love A Clean San Diego, Keep Riverside Clean and Beautiful, and cities and counties throughout the state. It is a major part of International Coastal Cleanup, which is facilitated by The Ocean Conservancy and includes many U.S. states and territories and over 70 countries.
The California shoreline is one of the most beautiful in the country, yet each year thousands of tons of garbage end up on the beaches and in the ocean. 80 percent of this debris comes from a land-based source. This garbage can endanger wildlife and human health. CCD provides an opportunity for volunteers of all ages to work together and make a positive impact on our waterways and reduce the amount of marine debris the enters our ocean.
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