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Adopt-a-Beach Program Review Bill Hart Colleen Canfield Sherry Johnson Adopt-a-Beach Program Review Bill Hart Colleen Canfield Sherry Johnson

Introduction • San Clemente Watershed Task Force – Founded in 2005 by Stephanie Dorey Introduction • San Clemente Watershed Task Force – Founded in 2005 by Stephanie Dorey – Need for coordination and communication amongst various coastal stakeholders • • City staff and council members Coastal Advisory Committee Non-profits Concerned citizens – Monthly meetings

Activities and Programs • • • Outreach and Fundraising Citizen and Business Recognition Earth Activities and Programs • • • Outreach and Fundraising Citizen and Business Recognition Earth Day Bulky item collection Adopt-a-Beach

Adopt-a-Beach Overview • Beach/trail divided into 200 foot sections • Adopt-a-Beach Teams commit to: Adopt-a-Beach Overview • Beach/trail divided into 200 foot sections • Adopt-a-Beach Teams commit to: – Clean up their section at least twice/month – Record what was collected on data sheet – Forward data sheet to Program Manager – Multiple teams can share a section • Program Manager shares results – Web blog published monthly

Monthly Report (1) Monthly Report (1)

Monthly Report (2) Monthly Report (2)

Monthly Report (3) Monthly Report (3)

2008 Results • Record number of cleanups – 947 clean ups – 517 bagfuls 2008 Results • Record number of cleanups – 947 clean ups – 517 bagfuls – 261 five gallon bucketfuls – 537 hours – 15. 5 average teams/month

Trash volume • • • 17, 950 plastic* 1, 505 glass 1, 763 cans Trash volume • • • 17, 950 plastic* 1, 505 glass 1, 763 cans 27, 593 cigarette butts* 68 animal waste 9, 001 straws 30, 773 styrofoam* 11, 628 paper 3, 700 ballons 103, 981 Pieces of debris in nine months! * Notations include “lots”, “too numerous to count”, or “pieces too small to count

Big offenders 84% Big offenders 84%

Changing of the Guard • Sherry Johnson – Outgoing Program Manager • Colleen Canfield Changing of the Guard • Sherry Johnson – Outgoing Program Manager • Colleen Canfield – New Program Manager • Adopt-a-Beach Kickoff and Team Party – Many thanks to our volunteers!!!

City Council Meeting last Tuesday 537 hours of cleanup @ $10/hr min. wage 537 City Council Meeting last Tuesday 537 hours of cleanup @ $10/hr min. wage 537 X $10 = $5, 370 30, 773 pieces of EPS @ 20 pieces/cup 30, 773/20 => 1539 cups Cost per cup to remove from beach $5, 370/1539 = $3. 49 per cup Even at minimum wage the social cost of picking up a single cup is very expensive

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