Ocean Week on St. John

Help Keep Our Beaches Trash Free!

Let's Get Dirty!  Twice a year in April and October volunteers and sponsors get to work to keep St. John beaches clean! April is Earth Month in honor of Earth Day on April 22; and October is in conjunction with Ocean Conservancy's International Coastal Cleanup.

The week of April 18 gloves and trash bags will be available in the Virgin Islands National Park Visitors Center so everyone can pitch in to help clean a beach or a corner of our island in their own time!  Please place full bags and garbage in trash dumpsters and do not leave them beside park garbage bins.  Take photos and tag us with #leaveonlybubblesSTJ and we’ll share them!  Thank you for getting involved and helping!

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ADOPT-A-BEACH BEACHES AND BAYS

Salomon - St. John Brewers, Kevin Chipman

Honeymoon Beach, Scott Beach and Henley Bay Beach - VI EcoTours, Sybille Sorrentino

Hawksnest Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Suki Buchalter

Jumbie - St. John Rotary, BJ Harris

Trunk Bay - Gifft Hill School, Jennifer Sampsell

Cinnamon Bay - Get Trashed St. John, Erin Lieb

Maho Bay - St. John Organics, Lisbeth Boger / Maho Crossroads

Princess Bay Virgin Islands Expedition Co, Michael Spivey

Francis Bay

Leinster Bay

Brown Bay

Haulover(N) - St. John Land Conservancy, Raf & Thia Muilenberg

Haulover(S)/Dreekets Bay - Reef2Peak, Jenn Russ

Salt Pond/Drunk Bay - Friends of VINP, Jennifer Stone

Great Lameshur Bay

Little Lameshur

Reef Bay

Oppenheimer

Klein Bay - Holiday Homes, Miles Stair

Hart Bay - Chocolate Hole Landowners Ass., John Hill

Great Cruz Bay

Frank Bay - Coconut Coast Studios, Elaine Estern

Cruz Bay - Julius Sprauve School

Privateer Bay - Island Green Living Association, Doug White

Europa Bay

Friis Bay

Denis Bay

Calabash Beach -Coral Bay Community Council,

Leduck Island

Kiddel Bay - Kelly and Jason Larkin

Durloe Cays

Stevens Cay

Grootpan Bay

Whistling Cay - Maya Pierce

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