Protecting Puget Sound from trash and winter debris begins with each of us! As waste continually pollutes our parks, waterways, and beaches, Friends of Fort Flagler provides the opportunity for you to help protect and restore the environment we all love. Friends of Fort Flagler is organizing a beach clean up on April 24th between 9am and 1pm. The Park will be giving free day passes to any volunteer who does not have state park passes. SUPPLIES 1. Fort Flagler State Park will provide some supplies such as buckets, pickers, and reusable bags. 2. Participants bringing their own supplies need to make them as zero waste as possible a. Reusable bags for beach cleanup, old fabric tote bags, cardboard boxes, buckets b. Garden Gloves c. Clippers, loppers - Scotch Broom Removal 3. Comfortable shoes, layers for warmth, raincoat, hat, sunscreen, water, and snacks. MINORS Minors must be accompanied by an adult. We do not allow unsupervised minors to participate in a beach clean-up alone. We will be following CDC and State pandemic guidelines to keep all our volunteers safe. If you have questions, please send an email to FortFlaglerFriends@gmail.com.