Surfrider Organized Beach Cleanup

Aaron Roe Fulkerson, Ashby Julia FulkersonAshby (my 3.5 year old daughter) is amazing. Of course, if you read my blog, you already know this. One aspiration I have for my daughter is that she grow up with compassion for her fellow *man. After some thought, I’ve determined one way to achieve this is by spending time with her engaged in community work.

To this end, Ashby and I will be attending the September 5th La Jolla Shores beach cleanup that is organized by the Surfrider Foundation.

Participants should meet by the main lifeguard tower. The cleanup takes place from 9am until 11am.

www.surfriderSD.orgAll volunteers are welcome to participate and must sign a liability waiver, but volunteers under 18 MUST have a parent or guardian sign the waiver before the minor can participate. (Please note the NEW waiver as of August 2009)
Click Here for the beach cleanup Waiver Form.


Advertising/Print: Surfrider Foundation - Catch of the day at Venice Beach, CA (Butts-n-Bits)
To put beach pollution into perspective, trash was collected from various beaches, packaged it to look like seafood and displayed it at local farmers’ markets. This is the print extension for those who couldn’t actually make it to the market.

4 thoughts on “Surfrider Organized Beach Cleanup

  1. May I have permission to use the turtle image for a news article on our local beach cleanup? I think it's very powerful!
    Kris Morris, Grand Traverse Insider

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