Alabama Coastal Cleanup News and Events

2019 Alabama Coastal Cleanup Calendar and News

September 14, 2019 will kick off the beginning of National Coastweeks with the International Coastal Cleanup. Coastweeks is an educational initiative that encourages marine and water conservation. “Get the Trash Out of the Splash” with us this September in Alabama and learn more about how you can get involved at these events.

Alabama Coastal Cleanup
The Alabama Coastal Cleanup is September 21st 2019 from 8am until noon. Spread the word with this news release.
2019 Recycling – Watch the Latest
Organizers are recycling #1 plastics and aluminum this year. Get the latest with this YouTube Recycling Video. .
National Estuaries Week
National Estuaries Week is September 14th – September 21st. new link
Recycling Super Sorter Training
Super Sorter recycling training is August 6th, 2019 from 6:00pm to 7:00pm at the Five Rivers Delta Center – Blakeley Hall.
Alabama Coastal Bird Fest
The 16th Annual John L. Borom Alabama Coastal Bird Fest, a birding and nature festival, takes place October 2nd – October 5th.
Wolf Bay Watershed Watch
The monthly Wolf Bay Watershed watch board meetings are held on the third Tuesday of every mopnth at 5:15pm, except in July and December.
Mobile Bay Canoe and Kayak Club
The monthly Mobile Bay Canoe and Kayak club meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month from 7pm – 8pm in the Longleaf Room at The Five Rivers Delta Resource Center in Spanish Fort, Alabama.
Alabama Hiking Trails Society
The monthly Alabama Hiking Trails Society meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month from 6pm – 7:30 pm, at The Five Rivers Delta Resource Center in Spanish Fort, Alabama.

Hear the Latest

… dedicated to working toward a “World Without Waste”, and we are proud to partner with the Alabama Coastal Cleanup in the 2019 cleanup and recycling efforts.
Linda Sewell

Coca Cola

With 53 miles of Alabama beaches, and over 554 miles of coastal waterways, PCI understands the importance of protecting these most valuable resources for future generations, and is proud of this partnership that has become one of the most successful coastal cleanup efforts in the country.
Robbie McGhee

Poarch Band of Creek Indians

Over the past 31 years, over 98,000 volunteers have picked up close to 1.7 million pounds of litter during the Alabama Coastal Cleanup. Volunteers have covered 6,000 miles of shoreline during those 31 years
Ike Williams & John McInnis

Ike’s Beach Service & Flora-Bama

Find Your Zone and get involved!

NEWSLETTER

Keep up to date with all of the information about the Alabama Coastal Cleanup.

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