You may have heard of the Save Short Sands campaign or have seen the stylish stickers on people’s cars, water bottles and laptops. But did you know this campaign is still ongoing?
As long as aerial spraying of pesticides continues on neighboring Weyerhauser property and seeps into Necarney and Short Sands Creeks, Rockaway Beach Citizens for Watershed Protection will speak up for one of our favorite State Parks.
RBCWP members have started heading out on weekends to educate beachgoers and surfers about the timber activities taking place just behind the emerald curtain.
On Saturday, September 22nd, RBCWP plans to head out as a group for a community BBQ and to conduct public education from noon to four. In addition to public education, there will also be time dedicated to asking people what they cherish about Short Sands and what makes it worth saving.
If you are interested in volunteering for a couple hours during a weekend or want to help during the BBQ, contact Nancy Webster at [email protected]
Are You Interested In Volunteering To Help Save Short Sands Beach?