The Fourth of July is a time to celebrate the birthday of our country. It's a day filled with joy, fun and lots of treats! Unfortunately, a lot of pollution from fireworks and single-use plastics end up on the beach and eventually find their way to the ocean after this day of celebration. Join ECOSLO for a morning post-Fourth of July cleanup and data tracking of pollution at Shamel Park in Cambria to help prevent this pollution from entering the ocean. We'll be tracking all of the pollution that we collect on data tracking cards provided by the California Coastal Commission or on the Clean Swell app to keep statistics on what is being found on SLO's beaches. Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own bucket, gloves, water, and a snack. Bags and litter grabbers are provided. Site Location & time Shamel Park - 9am-11am Directions From CA-1 North Follow CA-1 North to Windsor Blvd in Cambria Turn left onto Windsor Blvd. The park will be on your right. Volunteers will meet under the gazebo. Looking for the Cayucos Pier post-Fourth of July cleanup from 7am-9am? Sign up here. Looking for the Pirate's Cove post-Fourth of July Cleanup from 8am-10am? Sign up here.