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CITIZENS FOR A SUSTAINABLE POINT MOLATE | P.O. BOX 71212, RICHMOND, CA. 94807 | email@example.com
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PT. MOLATE BEACH
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BE AN ADOPTER --
JOIN US IN KEEPING
PT MOLATE BEACH
BEAUTIFUL AND VISITORS HAPPY!
THANKS TO ALL THAT HAVE HELPED KEEP THE PARK BEAUTIFUL!
Help us keep Point Molate Beach Park beautiful, and engage the community in utilization, ongoing rehabilitation, conservation and care for Pt. Molate Beach Park. Be part of the Adopt-a-Beach program -- geared to provide light maintenance, periodic medium intensive cleanups, light duty repairs, conservation and historical education. If you enjoy spending time at Pt. Molate Beach and are interested in providing visitors with park information, and tending this beautiful place, please complete the form below and submit. We ask that all Adopters that wish to also become docents participate in a 90 minute training session offered by CFSPM that will cover the site's natural resources and history. We'll make sure you are notified of training course dates and times.
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AN EPIC CLEANUP - 85 TONS OF DEBRIS REMOVED
With funding from a grant from NOAA, Baykeeper, with help from Citizens for a Sustainable Pt. Molate, undertook a massive project to remove marine debris from the western shoreline of the San Pablo Peninsula, particularly in Pt. Molate. The project which targeted drifted creosote infused pilings - many coming from the decaying Red Rock Marina - began in March of 2013 and continued through August of 2013.
Scenes from Baykeeper Marine Debris Cleanup Work Days. Mouse over to view individual photos.
Baykeeper staff scientist Ian Wren headed the project along with Baykeeper's fleet captain Geoff Potter, and a host of volunteers. Removal of the toxic debris was critical to ensure a healthy environment for nearby harbor seal rookeries, shorebird populations, and of course... us!! Ian will be on hand for the Pt. Molate Beach Opening Celebration on April 19th, with wonderful photos of the cleanup project.