U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
|Central Coast Field Office|
Clean Lands - Don't Trash America
Please do your part to keep America's land, water, and air clean for us to enjoy and use wisely for present and future generations.
The unfortunate scene above is a common site on your public lands - cultivation of narcotics is only one example of how people mistreat the land.
Casual littering also pollutes the lands and water...please keep our lands clean and pick up your trash.
You can call 1-888-DFG-CALTIP (1-888-334-2258) 24-hours-a-day/7-days-a-week in California on any public lands to report the polluting or trashing of lands, water, plants, habitat, or the poaching of wildlife. You can also visit the California Department of Fish and Wildlife "Cal-Tip" web site for more information.
How You Can Help Keep Our Lands Clean
Learn more about the opportunities to help keep our lands clean and safe. Thank you and enjoy your public lands!
Fort Ord National Monument
The Fort Ord National Monument is recovering from it's legacy since the early 20th century as the Home of the Lightfighters U.S. Army Infantry - training our nation's soldiers in the latest small arms technology. This leagcy has left dangerous and dirty waste related to spent (and sometimes live) artillery on the land which must be cleaned up. As a designated "Superfund site" per the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), the former Fort Ord clean up is being done with the oversight of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and various California State Agencies.
Visit FortOrdCleanUp.com for more information and see how the local community is helping to clean up these precious lands.