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Earth Day Litter Clean-up @ Escribano Point WMA
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Join us for a litter clean-up at Escribano Point WMA this Earth Day! Walkers and kayakers alike are welcome as we pick up litter on one of our wildlife management areas to celebrate the end of National Volunteer Work and Earth Day 2018.

 Export to Your Calendar 4/22/2018
When: Sunday, April 22, 2018
8:00 AM
Where: Escribano Point Wildlife Management Area
30.514092, -86.982673
United States
Contact: Emily Hardin

Online registration is available until: 4/21/2018
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Earth Day Litter Clean-up at Escribano Point WMA


When: Sunday April 22, 2018

            Begin at 8am CT

            End around 12pm-1pm CT


Where: Escribano Point Wildlife Management Area


We will meet at Bayside Campground at 8am and will then head out to various parts of the WMA. The clean-up will end around 12pm with a “Party on the Point” where we can enjoy a local favorite beach on the bay, eat lunch, and tally up how much trash we collected!


Maps and directions will be sent to all those who are registered for the event. Escribano Point WMA is located off of 87, about halfway between Navarre and Milton. The GPS coordinates are 30.514092, -86.982673.


Walkers & Kayakers Needed!

This litter clean-up will take place both on the land and on the water. We need help from walkers to clean up an old access road that is no longer open to the public, but still holds litter from when it was open. We also need kayakers to help clean up the marshy shoreline of the WMA. Those wishing to kayak/canoe will need to provide their own boat, paddle, life jacket, etc.


Space is limited! Register now to join our clean-up efforts. If registration is full, you will be put on a waiting list.


Important Notes:

  • When registering, please choose which "session" you would like to sign up for - walking or kayaking

  • All kayakers will need to provide their own kayak and life jacket, and must wear a life jacket at all times

  • Minors (<18 years of age) must be accompanied by an adult, and have signed permission from a legal parent or guardian

  • Portable restrooms are available at the morning meeting spot, no other restrooms are available


What to bring/wear:

  • Water, snacks

  • Sunscreen, bugspray

  • Closed-toed shoes, long pants and sleeves recommended (walkers especially)

  • Life jacket if kayaking



Interested in camping out the night before? We have reserved several primitive (no potable water or electricity) campsites in our Bayside Campground for volunteers of this event. If you would like to camp on Saturday, April 21st, please email and include the number of people and tents in your party. For more information on the campsite, visit our website

             (please note – no alcohol is allowed on WMA property)