Ocean Blue Project





Are you looking for an actionable way to connect with water? You can help protect our planet by volunteering with Ocean Blue!

The Ocean Blue Project is an Oregon-based, nationally-focused nonprofit to protect beach and ocean ecosystems across the country. The organization has made incredible efforts to organize and provide cleanups, pollution prevention, community-driven service learning, and youth education.

So far, the Ocean Blue Project is responsible for removing thousands of pounds of microplastics, with thousands of individuals having volunteered for ocean cleanups across the United States.

The Ocean Blue Project believes that beach cleanups can make a significant difference in protecting the ocean and its wildlife. By removing plastic debris from the beach, we can help save coastal birds and marine animals from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch!

We challenge you to volunteer, create a cleanup, or share with others that may be interested!

Visit https://oceanblueproject.org/ to get started with an ocean cleanup.

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Follow the Water

Follow the Water

Follow the Water is about our relationship with our rivers. It’s about connecting people with our water—where we live, work, and play. It’s also about connecting our behaviors to the rivers so we understand that what we do affects water—both positively and negatively. Follow the Water is about learning and sharing new ways to be better to our water with your friends and neighbors.

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