Public access to the coastline is guaranteed by California law. Coastwalk monitors access issues and helps ensure that the public can respectfully enjoy all that it has to offer.
Sonoma County volunteers cleaned up today! With the addition of new sites at the Laguna de Santa Rosa we had record breaking numbers despite the early morning downpour. 371 volunteers came out and picked up over 3,115 pounds of trash and 1,250 pounds of recycling. Over 100 volunteers brought their own cleanup supplies reducing the […]read more...
Huell Howser, who did a segment about Coastwalk and the California Coastal Trail in a program titled California’s Golden Coast passed away on Monday, January 7 at the age of 67. To read the New York Times obituary, click here. He contributed greatly in sharing all the wonderful places of California with its public. Mr. Howser also […]
Coastwalk Awarded New Grant From Coastal Conservancy to Fund Formation of Coastal Trail Alliance Coastwalk was awarded a new $300,000 grant by the State Coastal Conservancy’s Board of Directors in November. Coastwalk, with help and funding from the Conservancy, will be working to develop a collaborative network of cities, counties and other agencies that own […]
WHEN: September 21st 2013 at 9AM
WHERE: Sonoma County Beaches and inland locations, register today to choose your location!
WHAT TO BRING: Bring your water bottle and reusable gloves to help reduce waste! Wear sturdy shoes and comfortable clothing.
WHY: Last year Sonoma County volunteers took over 6000 lbs of trash off our Coast and out of our waterways in just under 3 hours. Let’s do it again!
Learn more about the California Coast through stories and a recent interview with the late Peter Douglas with our Stories of the Coast Podcasts.
View detailed Maps of the California Coastal Trail, a network of public trails for walkers, bikers, equestrians, wheelchair riders and others along the 1200-mile California coastline.