Adopt-a-Beach™ Documents, Forms and Instructions
Litter Monitoring Form - A form that is completed as litter is removed from the beach and is used for each Adopt-a-Beach™ visit
Volunteer Sign-in Sheet and Waiver/Liability Form - *NOTE: NEW sign-in sheets for 2014! Please download the new sheets for events!* Sign-in sheets for volunteers to be returned to the Alliance after each cleanup
Adopt-a-Beach™ Training Sessions - Link to our training schedule. At each training, we review Adopt-a-Beach™ data collection forms and protocol. We also discuss any recent changes and answer questions you may have about the program.
How to Become a Team Leader - Instructions on how to become an Adopt-a-Beach™ team leader
Instructions for Team Leaders: Scheduling an Adopt-a-Beach™ Visit - Detailed instructions on how to schedule a beach visit
New! Adopt-a-Beach™ Team Leader How To Guide - To guide you through the process, we’ve created this step-by-step checklist to help you host a successful event!
Adopt-a-Beach™ Training Videos
Litter Collection - Learn how to clean a beach and record the litter you find.
Adopt-a-Beach recorded training session - Can't particiapte in a scheduled training or want to share a training with your team? Use this recorded version of a training session.
Adopt-a-Beach Team Leader Outreach Tools
Adopt-a-Beach Outreach Tools - Includes media tips and templates, facebook and twitter tips and templates, sample emails and other tips to assist team leaders in getting the word out about their events. ments
Adopt-a-Beach™ Promotional Flyer - A flyer team leaders can use to recruit volunteers and provide details about their cleanup
Resources for Educators
NEW! Adopt-a-Beach Team Leader How to Guide for Educators - Checklist for teachers on how to prepare and carryout a successful Adopt-a-Beach field trip
Adopt-a-Beach Curriculum Materials and Activities - Ensure that the experience goes beyond the beach and back to your classroom, with lesson plans and activities to use before and after your Adopt-a-Beach™ event – taken right from our Great Lakes in my World curriculum.