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CLCP Beach Litter Volunteer Opportunities

Program Contact: Kacie Dominici
M: 360-639-6060 C: 360-213-7590 • kacie.dominici@wsu.edu

Kacie Dominici sitting in a chairHello everyone!

My name is Kacie Dominici and I am the CLCP Program Coordinator for Extension Island County. If you have any questions about the program, thoughts, or comments you would like to share, please do not hesitate to reach out at 360-639-6060. If we are on a beach cleanup and you need assistance, I can also be reached at 360-213-7590.

I look forward to meeting you all at the beach!

You do not need to sign up ahead of time to attend any of these beach cleanups. If this is your first beach cleanup with us, or should you wish to be notified of changes or cancellations, please contact Kacie a couple of days in advance of the event.

Open to all adults, eighteen or older, but wear appropriate clothing for the weather and footwear for walking over driftwood. WSU provides the necessary bags, gloves, and other equipment. The schedule may change due to adverse weather conditions and a one day volunteer park access pass is available for volunteers who do not have a Washington State Parks Discovery Pass.

COMMUNITY LITTER CLEANUP PROGRAM

Beach Cleanup Schedule:

Bold indicates schedule adjustment

  • Tuesday, November 29 CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER
  • Tuesday, December 6@Windjammer 9-11
  • Tuesday, December 13@Possession Point 2-4
  • Tuesday, December 20@Joseph Whidbey 2-4
  • THURSDAY, December 29@Keystone West 2-4
  • Cleanups will normally be held on Tuesdays from either 9-11 or 2-4  through the end of the year (tides dictate times so they are subject to change.)
  • Masks are NO Longer required for outside events.  Masks ARE encouraged, if you cannot keep 6 foot distance.A one-day volunteer park access pass is available for volunteers who do not have a Washington State Parks Discovery Pass.
  • Only adults, eighteen or older, may participate in these organized beach cleanups.

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WSU COVID UPDATE:

Washington State University has adopted the Governor’s updated mask policy which is effective March 12, 2022.  This policy eliminates the general masking requirement in both indoor and outdoor situations, unless specifically required for a particular location for health reasons (such as clinics).  Also eliminated is the general requirement for social distancing among vaccinated individuals.  WSU has extended the relaxation of the masking and distancing requirements to those employees who have exemptions from the vaccine requirement (for religious or medical reasons) and have approved accommodations at their workplace.

WSU Extension has therefore adopted the following:

Vaccination Requirements Continue

The vaccine mandate for WSU employees and volunteers remains in place. WSU employees and volunteers must be fully vaccinated or have an approved exemption with an accommodation on file to engage in work with WSU Extension.

Masking Policy Changes

WSU Extension has adopted the Governor’s mask policy effective March 12, 2022.  This policy eliminates the general masking requirement in both indoor and outdoor situations, unless specifically required for a particular location such as health care settings and public transportation.  This extends to individuals who have an approved accommodation based on a medical or religious exemption, who no longer are required to wear a mask as a condition of that accommodation.

Social Distancing Changes

WSU Extension applies the relaxation of social distancing requirements to those volunteers who are fully vaccinated or have an approved exemption with an accommodation (for religious or medical reasons) on file at their workplace or county office.

PLEASE NOTE – individual offices and locations may continue to require masking and/or distancing at the office level for all office programs in light of local risks and conditions