Beach Cleanup

Beach Cleanup

 
Keep Guam Beautiful is a community oriented clean-up campaign conducted by the National Park Service, in partnership with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service conducts cleanups at Ritidian Refuge on the first Saturday of every month.  The Guam National Wildlife Refuge, Ritidian Unit is an important nesting habitat for the endangered green sea turtle. Support vital conservation efforts and come join the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to Keep Guam Beautiful
 

All volunteers are welcome to join, but must have a volunteer application (OF 301and agreement (OF 301A) on file. These documents can be found at the hyperlinks provided, or on the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service's Volunteers page at www.fws.gov/volunteers/resources.html, and can be returned either electronically in advance, or as a hard copy on the day of the event. There will also be forms available on the day of, for individuals who would like to join last minute - so feel free to invite your friends, family, and colleagues! However, we ask that you complete the forms prior to your arrival if possible, to reduce delay as we are unable to begin the cleanup until all paperwork is completed.

This event has been approved for Guam Service Learning (GSL) hours. Applicable volunteers may sign up and receive GSL credit for their participation via the GSL website here.  

Volunteers who contribute a minimum of 10 hours of service will be eligible to receive a prize as a token of our appreciation. We hope to see you sporting refuge swag in the future and spreading the word about these crucial cleanups and why the are important.