Surfrider clean up

Spit polish

A clean up of the beach on Whiffin Spit carried out

  • Apr. 24, 2013 10:00 a.m.

The Surfrider Foundation Vancouver Island beach clean up at Whiffin Spit on Sunday, April 14 had 25 volunteers attend and they pulled more than 220 lbs of garbage off the beach.

The Chapter coordinates clean ups each month at beaches across the Capital Regional District as part of its Combing the Coast campaign.

Information about the Chapter and beach clean up dates and locations is available at http://vancouverisland.surfrider.org/.

 

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