Time: April 21, 2018 from 9am to 2:30pm
Location: Linda Mar South Lot
Street: Cabrillo Hwy
Website or Map: http://pacificabeachcoalition…
Event Type: earthday, enviromental, education, eco, friendly
Organized By: Pacifica Beach Coalition
Latest Activity: Mar 12, 2018
Earth Day of Action & EcoFest! It’s coming Saturday, April 21st from 9am-2:30pm. Online registration for individuals and families to “take action” begins March 12th. Registration for your team or group for a special Earth Day project is opening soon.
The annual ‘citywide day of action’ is part of our field education programs, and has grown to become popular, family-friendly, and only one of a few in the Bay Area
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dedicated to inspiring, uniting, educating and building community to remove litter and restore native landscape along the San Mateo County coast. Thousands of volunteers of all ages gear up with gloves and buckets to join the hands-on action at organized sites from Mussel Rock to Tunitas Creek, on beaches and along highways and streets from Highway 35 to the coastline.
Earth Day of Action also brings environmental education about the Sea Stars to schools through assemblies, to volunteers through hands on experiential learning, and to the public via the many Eco Booths and speakers at Linda Mar State Beach during EcoFest as part of our school and public education programs. Each year, we share an educational theme focused on wildlife protection to raise awareness, inspire and learn about important ways to protect our ecosystem. This year the volunteers elected the Sea Star (Sea Stars, Sea Change.) and the past Earth Day of Action themes have included the Dolphins (Make a Splash by Ending Trash!), Sea Otters (Health Waters, Healthy Otters), Bees (Bee the Change, Bee an Earth Hero), Western Snowy Plovers (Little Things Matter), Sharks (Take A Bite Out of Litter), Whales (Make A Whale of A Difference), and Sea Turtles (Be Turtley Cool, Take Action).
Our passion to create sustainable stewardship around protecting and preserving our ocean, beaches, and coastline’s natural beauty is why we organize Earth Day of Action & EcoFest. Our goal is to inspire, educate, engage and sustain a community of Earth Heroes so they continue to be stewards of the environment not only during Earth Day, but everyday through daily actions.