Superstorm Sandy beach clean up Saturday

The Office of Coastal Management and the Alliance for the Great Lakes Adopt-a-Beach Program have organized an event to clear area beaches of debris from Superstorm Sandy.
Sandusky Register Staff
Nov 9, 2012


Volunteers are encouraged to participate from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.

East Harbor State Park is among the beaches listed for clean up. Volunteers should meet park staff at the East Harbor State Park officer’s car which will be near beach marker No. 9.

Other clean up locations are listed HERE.

“Lake Erie is feeling the hurt from Sandy’s blast, but we are pleased to be able to give Ohioans a chance to help the Great Lakes in a time of need,” said Joel Brammeier, president and CEO of the Alliance for the Great Lakes, in a statement.

Groups looking to clean up a site not listed can contact the Alliance for the Great Lakes’ Ohio Adopt-a-Beach Coordinator Hyle Lowry at 216-630-8140 or


Good 2 B Me

Beachcombing would be great right now!


My thoughts also. Supposed to have beautiful weather this weekend. Bet one could find lots of interesting items.... :-)


Lake Erie has gone through such a big disaster due to the Sandy's blast, as the storm was so strong and unexpected. According to an article from Natures disasters result in such way that there wouldn't be much time to take actions up on this. Any way the event was quite appreciable to clear up the beach, every one participated in it.