St. Pete Beach, FL: The Beach Stewardship Committee of St. Pete Beach is looking for volunteers to help with the First Annual Sea Oats planting project taking place on Saturday, June 20th from 9:00am to Noon. This is a great project for friends, family, neighbors, church groups, community associations, students needing volunteer hours and other community organizations.
Efforts will begin at the southern end of St. Pete Beach and volunteers should meet at the Paradise Grill on Pass-a-Grille Beach. Volunteers are encouraged to bring gloves, hand shovels, sun block, hats, beach shoes, watering cans and or milk jugs, and knee pads. Parking passes and refreshments will be provided.
Planting of native vegetation like sea oats helps form and maintain sand dunes, critical to controlling beach erosion. St Pete Beach is one of several beach communities that benefit from Pinellas County Department of Environmental Management’s donation of 10,000 plants for the first year with hopes of growing this event annually. Come out and help us save our beaches.
To volunteer contact Kevin Hing at 727-254-6750 or Steve Hallock, Director of Public Services at 727-363-9243.
This is a great way to do something good and spend some time on the beach. Put it in your calendar.
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