Thank you to all of our Coastal Cleanup Day volunteers, sponsors, and site-captains who came out to the 29th annual Coastal Cleanup Day on September 21st here in San Luis Obispo County! We had a record-breaking 1,600 volunteers picking up over 5,700 pounds of trash and recylabes. With 28 cleanup sites from Oceano Beach to Hearst Castle, most unusual items found were a message in a bottle and a mattress. View event statistics!Read more...
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A little history:
During the 1960s, environmental concerns had risen to such a level [ ... ]
Our current contract with the City of San Luis Obispo provides a unique opportunity to educate the community about the importance of open space. The contract allows us to orchestrate trail maintenance workdays and host ECOSLO docent led hikes. The collaborative efforts also manifests in a tri-annual newsletter called “SLO Stewards” that ECOSLO creates on behalf of the City of San Luis Obispo Natural Resources Department. In times of budget cuts, both the County and City have come to rely on ECOSLO staff time and volunteers to support park and trail projects. To support ECOSLO efforts with the City of SLO become a member or join our mailing list. Or join us at a workday by checking our c [ ... ]Read more...