Sun, Mar 20|
Beach Cleanup - South Salmon Beach
Come clean the beach and enjoy a brisk Spring Equinox in service at the ocean!
Time & Location
Mar 20, 2022, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Sonoma County, South Salmon Creek Beach, California 94923, USA
About the Event
Please join us for our FIRST beach cleanup of the year!
"Be the Change You Wish To Sea. . . " (Yes, pun intended!) Come clean up the oceanside with other likeminded people. Whether you pick up five pieces of trash as you play frisbee or 3 garbage bags full doesn't matter. Bring your presence and awareness! Our "energy work" is simply the act of cleaning the beach in thanks.
We will meet at 10AM at SOUTH SALMON BEACH. We'll end at 11:30am with a commemorative photo. Bring a "brown bag" and stay after for a picnic lunch (bring your own).
South Salmon Beach is a wonderful gem of a beach with a metaphysical quality of bringing wishes into being. It's a great wishing beach! Its gentle slope, wide swath of sand, and dunes make it a good beach for children and families, as well as lovers looking for a place to tuck away! The animals like it too. We've seen lots of sea life here.
This event is happening Rain or Shine. Layers are advised as it will be cool. You may call me for a weather forecast on the morning of, if you're nervous about it, but it should be nice.
WHO: You and/or any friends/children/families you'd like to invite. Children are welcome but must be supervised at all times. Sorry, no dogs allowed at this beach due to the sandy plovers.
WHERE: SOUTH SALMON BEACH -- Take HWY1 North from the town of Bodega Bay. Turn left onto Bean Ave, just before the water bridge and North Salmon. Stay on your right and end up at the South Salmon Parking Lot. Look for us there, or just inside the entrance to the beach.
WHEN: SUN MARCH 20th at 10AM-11:30AM
WHY: Raise awareness and bring yourself in a loving act of service to the earth (karma points? lol).
BRING: Protective shoes, gloves, mask, layers in case it's cold, snacks, water, a hat, sunscreen! **Please also bring a bucket or bag in which to collect trash.