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Texas Adopt-a-Beach Fall Cleanup

Sep 15, 2018

Fall beach cleanup utilizes volunteers from around the state. Supplies and a meal are provided. The Texas General Land Office Adopt-A-Beach program is an-volunteer effort that began in 1986. The Adopt-A-Beach program keeps Texas beaches clean through annual all-volunteer cleanups, educates Texans, young and old, about harmful marine debris and rallies Texas support for state, national and international action to clean coastal waters. There are two coastwide cleanups each year, one in the fall, generally held on the fourth Saturday of September and one in the spring, generally held on the fourth Saturday in April. If either cleanup conflicts with a holiday, then the event will either move forward or back one week. There are also two smaller regional cleanups in February. You can register online at or you can contact a local site coordinator and register through them. Schools, businesses and volunteer organizations are the backbone of the Texas General Land Office Adopt-A-Beach cleanup effort. The first step in getting your school or organization involved is to decide which location you plan to attend. Next, you can either register the group online (one person can sign up for the group), or contact the local site coordinator and let them know that you are coming to the event
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2211 Bluewater Highway, Stahlman Park
Surfside Beach, TX 77541
Phone: 979-233-1531 or 979-864-1541
Cost: None
Reocurrence: bi-annual
Time: 8 a.m. - noon