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Trash doesn’t belong on Texas beaches.

That’s why for the past 25 years, Texans like you have been coming out to the Texas General Land Office Adopt-A-Beach Cleanups.

You, too, can volunteer for the next Adopt-A-Beach Cleanup -Saturday, April 28th from 9 a.m. until noon. Just visit TexasAdoptABeach.com for details, or you can call 1-877-TXCOAST.

During the last cleanup, more than 9,000 Texans removed over 135 tons of trash from the entire Texas coastline in just three hours.

Can you imagine what our beaches would look like if these cleanups did not exist?

Grab some friends and family and pitch in for this Texas tradition.

Visit TexasAdoptABeach.com to pre-register and find cleanup locations.

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