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COVID-19 Advisory: WSU Extension is working to keep our communities safe. Our office at 406 N. Main Street in Coupeville is open to the public, however, all visitors regardless of vaccine status must wear an approved facemask in the office. The conference room is currently closed to all outside groups. WSU programs may use the conference room but must maintain 6 feet distance and all participants must wear approved face-coverings.

Community Beach Litter Pickup Volunteer Opportunities

Program Contact: Sara Bergquist
360-639-6060 • sarah.bergquist@wsu.edu

You don’t need to sign up ahead of time to attend any of these beach cleanups. But, if this is your first beach cleanup with us or you would like to be notified of changes or cancellations, please contact Stinger a couple of days in advance of the event.

  • Open to all Adults, 18 or older
  • Wear appropriate clothing for the weather and footwear for walking over sand, cobble, and driftwood
  • Bags, gloves, and other equipment will be provided
  • Schedule may change due to adverse weather conditions
  • A one day volunteer park access pass is available for volunteers who do not have a Washington State Parks Discovery Pass

 

 

For more information or directions to a site, contact:

Sara Bergquist
Community Litter Cleanup Program Coordinator
sarah.bergquist@wsu.edu
Office: (360) 639-6060

 

 

Group Cleanups

COMMUNITY LITTER CLEANUP PROGRAM

Let’s get together!!  

Thursday, October 21   1:30 – 3:30 @ Keystone Spit – East of ferry   

 This is the first time with our new coordinator Shannon

Please contact Shannon by noon Monday the 18th to let her know to expect you and if you will need a one day Discovery Pass.  Also, this will ensure that if there is an emergency change or cancellation in the schedule, she can notify you.

    • Bags, gloves and other equipment will be provided.
    • Wear appropriate clothing for the weather and footwear for walking over sand, cobble, and driftwood.
    • Schedule can change due to adverse weather conditions and new COVID-19 developments – PLEASE BRING YOUR MASKS!!          Please wear masks when in close proximity of each            other but if more than 6-10 feet you may have them          removed.
    • A one-day volunteer park access pass is available for volunteers who do not have a Washington State Parks Discovery Pass.
    • Only adults, 18 or older, may participate in these organized beach cleanups.

Shannon Charnley        Community Litter Cleanup Program Coordinator

shannon.charnley@wsu.edu           360 / 639-6060

 

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