The Alabama Coastal Cleanup is coordinated through the Alabama Department of Conservation & Natural Resources, State Lands Division, Coastal Section and the Alabama People Against a Littered State (PALS).
Dedicated to striking a balance between economic growth and preserving Alabama's coastal natural resources, Coastal Section has been involved with organizing the Alabama Cleanup since it began in 1987.
Alabama PALS is a proud team player of the Alabama Coastal Cleanup. As an organization founded on the purpose of creating a litter-free State, PALS offers several programs year round which promote the litter-free ethic. For more information, call 800-ALA-PALS.
"Don't Drop It On Alabama" Spring Cleanup
The Alabama Clean Campus Program
The Alabama Adopt-A-Beach Program
The Annual Litter Law Enforcement Conference
The PALS Litter Education Curriculum
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management administers the Coastal Zone Management Act which provides for the management of the nation's coastal resources and balances economic development with environmental conservation.
Alabama People Against a Littered State (PALS), 800-ALA-PALS
Spencer Ryan, email@example.com