Coastkeeper hosts several educational and volunteer events for late-summer, fall
SAN DIEGO—San Diego Coastkeeper, the region’s largest professional environmental organization protecting inland and coastal waters, provides San Diego residents with a variety of opportunities to act as partners in preservation, including Water Quality Monitoring and beach cleanups.
Water Quality Monitoring, an essential component in establishing water quality trends in the county’s creeks and rivers, will occur on:
- August 20: No training (For return volunteers only). Field Session begins at 9 a.m.
- September 10: Volunteer training at 8:30 a.m. Field session at 11 a.m.
- October 15: No training (For return volunteers only). Field Session begins at 9 a.m.
Beach Cleanups, hosted alongside Surfrider San Diego Chapter, are as follows:
- August 13: Tamarack Beach
- August 27: Pacific Beach
- September 3: “Do Your Own” Labor Day Beach Cleanup (Various locations)
- September 17: California Coastal Cleanup Day (Various locations)
- September 24: Tijuana River Action Month
- October 1: Tijuana River Action Month
- October 8: Tijuana River Action Month
- October 15: Tijuana River Action Month
- October 22: Torrey Pines State Beach
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Founded in 1995, San Diego Coastkeeper protects the region’s inland and coastal waters for the communities and wildlife that depend on them by blending education, community empowerment and advocacy. Visit us online at https://www.sdcoastkeeper.org.