Did you know that California Coastal Cleanup Day is in the Guiness Book of World Records for "the largest garbage collection?"
This year Liquid Fusion Kayaking is hosting a new cleanup venue for Mendocino County. We are doing an on-water clean-up of the Noyo River in Fort Bragg. Join the team from Liquid Fusion Kayaking on Saturday September 19 from 9-noon for a fun morning of paddling and cleaning up our environment. By picking up trash from the Noyo River, we be making the Noyo River a cleaner, healthier environment as well as preventing trash from being washed out into the ocean.
Check out the California Coastal Commission's page - what's so bad about marine debris to find out why getting the trash out of our waterways is so important.
We hope that you will join us or participate in one of the other Coastal Cleanups being held across the state. Please call (707) 962-1623 for more information on our on-water Cleanup of the Noyo River or to sign up to help.
Join Liquid Fusion Kayaking in the swimming pool at the new CV Starr Center in Fort Bragg. Through the aquatic department of the Mendocino Coast Park and Recreation District, we will be teaching kayaking, eskimo rolling, and kayak polo on Monday nights in the warm, clear waters of the new swimming pool.
We will continue to offer our Fort Bragg and Mendocino kayak tours and classes throughout the fall and winter. Join us for a dry and mild meander on the Noyo River, a wet and wild Mendocino sea cave and rock garden adventure, or one of our sea, river, or surf kayak classes. Custom tours and lessons are available. Call (707) 962-1623 for more information or to schedule a kayak adventure on the Mendocino Coast.