Seas to Trees Day





Thank you for a successful 2nd Annual Seas to Trees Day!

Saturday, May 4, 2019

Seas to Trees Day 2019 stats:

  • 290 volunteers participated
  • Invasive ice plant removed at Fiscalini Ranch Preserve
  • 27 lbs. removed by the paddle board cleanup with Morro Bay National Estuary Program at Tidelands Park in Morro Bay
  • Invasive plant removed and sheet mulch laid down at California Conservation Corps with Watershed Stewards Program
  • Invasive plant removed and garden maintenance performed at the SLO Botanical Garden
  • Invasive French Broom removed from Reservoir Canyon Open Space with SLO City Rangers
  • 103 lbs. removed from Cal Poly Surfrider cleanup at Pirate’s Cove/Cave Landing
  • 292 lbs. removed by divers from Aliva Pier, and 197 lbs. removed from Avila Beach at Central Coast Aquarium Beneath the Surface Cleanup
  • 54 lbs. removed from SLO Surfrider cleanup at Grover Beach Grand Ave



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Organizations of the Eco-Network: Please submit your nature project proposal by March 1 – we’d love to work with you!

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8 projects to choose from throughout SLO County from Cambria to Grover Beach, click below to view and signup for a project!


Seas to Trees Day

Make a difference by sponsoring this important day of taking care of nature – opportunities start at just $100!

Seas to Trees Day 2019 Projects:

View project descriptions here

Seas to Trees Day 2018 stats:

  • 120 volunteers participated
  • trees planted at El Chorro Regional Park (2 strawberry trees and 4 Monterey Cypress)
  • Many pounds of invasive ice plant removed at Fiscalini Ranch Preserve
  • 680 lbs. removed from several SLO Creek locations
  • 153 lbs. removed from Pirate’s Cove/Cave Landing
  • 45 lbs. removed from Moonstone Beach
  • 23 lbs. removed by the paddle board cleanup at Tidelands Park in Morro Bay




Thank you to our 2019 sponsors
for making the 2nd Annual Seas to Trees Day possible!







Gino’s Pizza SLO
SLO Natural Foods Co-op