Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News George and Jolie Will of Sequim look for litter on the beach on Saturday near the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge near Sequim as part of statewide effort to remove trash and other unwanted debris from along Washington’s coasts. The event, hosted by the Washington CoastSavers program, saw volunteers spread out to scour beaches along the Pacific coastline and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

Volunteers clean beaches of about 15 tons of debris during annual cleanup

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