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Sun, Sep 19


Myrtle Edwards Park

Step Up: Coastal Cleanup

Meet fellow YP members while making a difference by helping keep our beaches and waterways clean!

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Step Up: Coastal Cleanup
Step Up: Coastal Cleanup

Time & Place

Sep 19, 2021, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM PDT

Myrtle Edwards Park, 3130 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98121, USA

Community Members Attending

About the Event

Meet fellow YP members while making a difference by helping keep our beaches and waterways clean!

YP Impact has partnered with our featured nonprofit, Puget Soundkeeper for a beach cleanup! Join us as we remove trash and debris from Myrtle Edwards Park in Queen Anne (just North of the Olympic Sculpture Park) and record the debris. Following the cleanup, we will head to a local pub for food and drinks!

This event will happen rain or shine!

COVID 19 Saftey Protocols 

Due to the surge in the Delta variant, Puget Soundkeeper requires participants to be vaccinated or have a negative test within 72 hrs of the event. Masks are required outdoors for this event.

See you there!


Puget Soundkeeper’s mission is to protect and enhance the waters of Puget Sound for the health and restoration of our aquatic ecosystems and the communities that depend on them. Their vision is for a Puget Sound teeming with diverse marine life and providing safe opportunities for swimming, fishing, recreation and sustainable economic activity. They seek a Sound that supports the lifeways and traditional cultural practices of indigenous peoples; provides all communities with a clean, healthy place to live and work; and once again is home to an abundance of salmon and orca.

They monitor Puget Sound water quality, help set strong policies and regulations that protect our waterways and our health, enforce environmental regulations, engage citizens and businesses in waterway cleanups and recovery projects, educate and involve the public in local water pollution issues, and partner with local and regional groups to advance solutions that protect Puget Sound.

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