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Virginia Waterways Cleanup Events for Fall 2017

We are proud to be part of the Ocean Conservancy's International Coastal Cleanup.

More cleanup events will be added soon! Check back...

About the Virginia Waterways Cleanup
  • This statewide event is part of the Ocean Conservancy's International Coastal Cleanup!
  • 2017: Clean Virginia Waterways celebrates our 23rd year of organizing the International Coastal Cleanup in Virginia.
  • This annual statewide event not only cleans our waterways, it also collects valuable data about trash & litter in our waterways
  • Cleanups are held between September 1 and October 31 every year
  • More than 90,000 Virginians have volunteered in Virginia since 1995
  • It is hands-on stewardship of our water resources
  • You CAN make a difference! Volunteer, lead a cleanup, or help support this important statewide effort by contributing to CVW.

Site Captains are needed! Learn how to be a Site Captain here.

Click here for a Site Captain Signup and Supply Form.

If you want to record data from your cleanup using a smart phone app, please download "Clean Swell" from the Ocean Conservancy.

 

 
County or Town Date & Time Cleanup Location Contact Information Details
Abingdon Details coming soon   For information, contact Carol Doss, Executive Director
uppertnriver@yahoo.com  
276-628-1600

Please check back soon for details on this cleanup.

 

Accomack County Details coming soon A barrier island in Accomack or Northampton County--TBA

Margaret Van Clief
The Nature Conservancy                 virginiacoastreserve@tnc.org
(757) 414-9227

This cleanup will take place on a remote barrier island with no facilities, so please be sure to bring everything you may need with you. Suggested items include reusable water bottle, long sleeves, hat, sunscreen, bug spray, snacks. Long pants and closed toed shoes are required. Trash bags, gloves, and a cooler of un-bottled water will be provided. Meeting place TBD. www.nature.org/vcr
Albemarle Various Dates and Times Many sites! Call for details. Robbi Savage, Exec.Director
Rivanna Conservation Alliance
RobbiSavage@rivannariver.org
(434) 977-4837

Check back for cleanup details or go to:  http://www.rivannariver.org/events/2017-09/ for events calendar.  Volunteers welcome and needed!

Bedford Various Times & Dates!

 

Smith Mountain Lake and Shoreline

Pam Alford
tlac@sml.us.com
540-721-1203
Take Pride in Smith Mountain Lake

Homeowners and business owners  at Smith Mountain Lake are encouraged to clean up their shoreline.  All Boaters are encouraged to pick up debris that is floating in the lake.  The 30th Annual Take Pride in Smith Mountain Lake Cleanup runs continuously from May 6th until September 4th.  Your volunteer participation numbers and the data on the types of debris that you report to TLAC will become a part of the International Coastal Cleanup's annual trash index report prepared by the Ocean Conservancy.  Trash bags and gloves are provided.  Registration information and Group Form may be obtained at HERE or call (540) 721-1203

Roanoke, Botetourt 10/7/2017 9 AM to 12 PM
Roanoke Valley and Botetourt County
For information, contact Nikki Holm, info@cleanvalley.org, 540-345-5523

Volunteer teams from all over the Roanoke Valley will join forces to remove trash from our streams, creeks and rivers and their vicinities. Clean your favorite spot along a stream, tributary or river (or get to know a new one). Since 2001, Fall Waterway volunteers have collected over 275 tons of litter and countless tires from our waterways.

Buchanan County   Big Sandy Cleanup For information, contact Carol Doss, uppertnriver@yahoo.com, 276-628-1600


Please check back soon for details on this cleanup.

Clifton

Saturday, October 14, 2017

9 AM TO 12PM

Bull Run Marina
12619 Old Yates Ford Rd.
Clifton, VA 20125


German Venegas
703-624-7124

Friends Of The Occoquan Fall River Clean Up

Volunteer by land or water and make a difference!
Rain or Shine.
Refreshments Provided!

Danville (Pittsylvania)

10/21/2017
9:30 to 11:30 AM

Dan River

Brian Buchanan
Danville Science Center               
bbuchanan@smv.org
                                            
434-791-5160 Ext. 201

The Fall River Clean Up will meet on the steps of the Danville Science Center's Train Station, located at 677 Craghead Street, Danville, VA. Glove, litter-getters and trash bags will be provided. Please wear closed toe shoes and be prepare to get a little dirty. For more information, email Brian Buchanan at bbuchanan@smv.org or phone 434-792-5160 Ext. 201

Dickenson County   Illegal dumpsite cleanup

For information, contact Carol Doss, uppertnriver@yahoo.com, 276-628-1600

Please check back soon for details on this cleanup.
Fairfax County TBA, 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM PatrickBeach/Fort Belvoir Tammy.Schwab@fairfaxcounty.gov

Check back for details about this event!
http://parktakes.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/parktakes/

Fairfax, City of

10/7/2017
9:00 AM  to  11:00 AM

Accotink Creek at Pickett Road 

Friends of Accotink Creek
 steward (at) accotink.org 

Volunteers may find more information and directions at www.accotink.org/2017/InternationalCoastalCleanuppre-event2017.htm
Please let us know if you plan to join "Team Accotink" -- GET YOUR BRAIN WET!

Fairfax County

10/7/2017
12 Noon to 2 PM

Accotink Creek at Barkley Drive

Friends of Accotink Creek
 steward (at) accotink.org 

Volunteers may find more information and directions at www.accotink.org/2017/InternationalCoastalCleanuppre-event2017.htm
Please let us know if you plan to join "Team Accotink" -- GET YOUR BRAIN WET!

Fairfax County

10/7/2017
3 to 5 PM

Accotink Creek at Woodburn Road 

Friends of Accotink Creek
 steward (at) accotink.org 

Volunteers may find more information and directions at www.accotink.org/2017/InternationalCoastalCleanuppre-event2017.htm
Please let us know if you plan to join "Team Accotink" -- GET YOUR BRAIN WET!

Fairfax, City of

10/14/2017
9:00 AM  to  11:00 AM

Accotink Creek at Fairfax Blvd 

Friends of Accotink Creek
 steward (at) accotink.org 

Volunteers may find more information and directions at www.accotink.org/2017/InternationalCoastalCleanuppre-event2017.htm
Please let us know if you plan to join "Team Accotink" -- GET YOUR BRAIN WET!

Fairfax, City of

10/14/2017
12 Noon to 2 PM

Accotink Creek at Chain Bridge Road

 

Friends of Accotink Creek
 steward (at) accotink.org 

Volunteers may find more information and directions at www.accotink.org/2017/InternationalCoastalCleanuppre-event2017.htm
Please let us know if you plan to join "Team Accotink" -- GET YOUR BRAIN WET!

Fairfax, CIty of

10/14/2017
3 to 5 PM

Accotink Creek at Old Lee Hwy 

Friends of Accotink Creek
 steward (at) accotink.org 

Volunteers may find more information and directions at www.accotink.org/2017/InternationalCoastalCleanuppre-event2017.htm
Please let us know if you plan to join "Team Accotink" -- GET YOUR BRAIN WET!

Fairfax 10/14/2016
10 AM  to Noon
Snakeden Branch

Nicki  Bellezza
Reston Association                                            habrock@reston.org
703-435-7986

Join us in Reston to clean up the streams and natural areas around the Hunters Woods Village Center, Soapstone Drive, and Cedar Ridge Apartments. Rain or Shine.

To sign up, call: Ha Brock, at 703-435-7986 or email at habrock@reston.org or use the link below to select a site.
http://bit.ly/2017FallCleanup

Fairfax County 10/14/2017 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM Huntley Meadows Park For information, contact Alexandra Johnson, Alexandra.Johnson@fairfaxcounty.gov, 703-768-2525 Be part of the International Coastal Cleanup! Individuals, students, families, scouts and other community groups can help clear out the earth’s arteries by collecting tires, bed springs, bottles, cans and other debris. Give the waterways in your community a clean bill of health and earn the gratitude of your furred, feathered and scaled neighbors. All ages welcome! Wear boots, old clothes and bring gloves. Trash bags and appreciation provided. This is a great community service project! Help at one of these sites. Sign up online at this site http://bit.ly/FCPAwatershedClean
Fairfax County 10/14/2017 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM Cub Run RECenter For information, contact Ann Shields, Ann.Shields@fairfaxcounty.gov,
703-817-9407


Be part of the International Coastal Cleanup! Individuals, students, families, scouts and other community groups can help clear out the earth’s arteries by collecting tires, bed springs, bottles, cans and other debris. Give the waterways in your community a clean bill of health and earn the gratitude of your furred, feathered and scaled neighbors. All ages welcome! Wear boots, old clothes and bring gloves. Trash bags and appreciation provided. This is a great community service project! Help at one of these sites. Sign up online at this site http://bit.ly/FCPAwatershedClean

Fairfax County 10/14/2017 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM Lake Accotink Park

For information, contact Erin Gray, Erin.Gray@fairfaxcounty.gov, 703-569-3464


Be part of the International Coastal Cleanup! Individuals, students, families, scouts and other community groups can help clear out the earth’s arteries by collecting tires, bed springs, bottles, cans and other debris. Give the waterways in your community a clean bill of health and earn the gratitude of your furred, feathered and scaled neighbors. All ages welcome! Wear boots, old clothes and bring gloves. Trash bags and appreciation provided. This is a great community service project! Help at one of these sites. Sign up online at this site http://bit.ly/FCPAwatershedClean

Fairfax County 10/14/2017 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM Lake Fairfax Park

For information, contact Christine Wu, Christine.Wu@fairfaxcounty.gov, 703-471-5415


Be part of the International Coastal Cleanup! Individuals, students, families, scouts and other community groups can help clear out the earth’s arteries by collecting tires, bed springs, bottles, cans and other debris. Give the waterways in your community a clean bill of health and earn the gratitude of your furred, feathered and scaled neighbors. All ages welcome! Wear boots, old clothes and bring gloves. Trash bags and appreciation provided. This is a great community service project! Help at one of these sites. Sign up online at this site http://bit.ly/FCPAwatershedClean

Fairfax County 10/14/2017 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM Riverbend Park

For information, contact Julie Gurnee, Julie.Gurnee@fairfaxcounty.gov, 703-759-9018


Be part of the International Coastal Cleanup! Individuals, students, families, scouts and other community groups can help clear out the earth’s arteries by collecting tires, bed springs, bottles, cans and other debris. Give the waterways in your community a clean bill of health and earn the gratitude of your furred, feathered and scaled neighbors. All ages welcome! Wear boots, old clothes and bring gloves. Trash bags and appreciation provided. This is a great community service project! Help at one of these sites. Sign up online at this site http://bit.ly/FCPAwatershedClean

Fairfax County 10/14/2017 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM Walney Visitors Center in Ellanor C. Lawrence Park (Flatlick Branch, Big Rocky Run, Cub Run and Frog Branch) For information, contact

Kiersten Conley, Kiersten.Conley@fairfaxcounty.gov, 703-631-0013

 

Be part of the International Coastal Cleanup! Individuals, students, families, scouts and other community groups can help clear out the earth’s arteries by collecting tires, bed springs, bottles, cans and other debris. Give the waterways in your community a clean bill of health and earn the gratitude of your furred, feathered and scaled neighbors. Wear boots, old clothes and bring gloves. Trash bags and appreciation provided. This is a great community service project! Help at one of these sites. Sign up online at this site http://bit.ly/FCPAwatershedClean

Fairfax County 10/14/2017 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM Hidden Pond Nature Center(Pohick Creek) For information, contact

Mike McCaffrey, Mike.McCaffrey@fairfaxcounty.gov, 703-451-9588

Be part of the International Coastal Cleanup! Individuals, students, families, scouts and other community groups can help clear out the earth’s arteries by collecting tires, bed springs, bottles, cans and other debris. Give the waterways in your community a clean bill of health and earn the gratitude of your furred, feathered and scaled neighbors. Wear boots, old clothes and bring gloves. Trash bags and appreciation provided. This is a great community service project! Help at one of these sites. Sign up online at this site http://bit.ly/FCPAwatershedClean

Fairfax County 10/14/2017 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM Hidden Oaks Nature Center (Roundtree Park-Holmes Run) For information, contact Suzanne Holland, Suzanne.Holland@fairfaxcounty.gov, 703-941-1065

Be part of the International Coastal Cleanup! Individuals, students, families, scouts and other community groups can help clear out the earth’s arteries by collecting tires, bed springs, bottles, cans and other debris. Give the waterways in your community a clean bill of health and earn the gratitude of your furred, feathered and scaled neighbors. Wear boots, old clothes and bring gloves. Trash bags and appreciation provided. This is a great community service project! Help at one of these sites. Sign up online at this site http://bit.ly/FCPAwatershedClean

Fairfax 10/14/2017 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM Occoquan River For information, contact German Vanegas, foto@friendsoftheoccoquan.org, 703-624-7124

Join us Saturday, October 14th from 9 am-12 pm for  FOTO’s Occoquan River Clean Up! You can make a difference! Help preserve one of our region’s most important natural resources: The Occoquan River!  Rain or Shine!  Refreshments will be provided. 

**We are in need of boaters to help assist along the waterways at the various sites. Please contact FOTO at 703-624-7124 if you can help us out!**  In FOTO’s efforts to cut down on the use of plastic water bottles we are encouraging volunteers to bring their own refillable water bottles for water drinking purposes. Using refillable water bottles will decrease the amount of pollution that enters our waterways and make clean-up efforts easier.  Friends of the Occoquan www.friendsoftheoccoquan.org Tel. 703-624-7124

Fairfax Station

Saturday, October 14, 2017

9 AM TO 12PM

Fountain Head Park
10875 Hampton Rd.
Fairfax Station, VA 22039


Sonia Monson
703-581-5487

Friends Of The Occoquan Fall River Clean Up

Volunteer by land or water and make a difference!
Rain or Shine.
Refreshments Provided!

Franklin

Various Times & Dates!

Call Pam for details.

Smith Mountain Lake and Shoreline

Pam Alford
tlac@sml.us.com
540-721-1203
Take Pride in Smith Mountain Lake

Homeowners and business owners  at Smith Mountain Lake are encouraged to clean up their shoreline.  All Boaters are encouraged to pick up debris that is floating in the lake.  The 30th Annual Take Pride in Smith Mountain Lake Cleanup runs continuously from May 6th until September 4th.  Your volunteer participation numbers and the data on the types of debris that you report to TLAC will become a part of the International Coastal Cleanup's annual trash index report prepared by the Ocean Conservancy.  Trash bags and gloves are provided.  Registration information and Group Form may be obtained at HERE or call (540) 721-1203

Hampton

Details coming soon

20+ sites all over Hampton! Cris Ausink
causink@hampton.gov
(757)727-1158

Please Contact Cris Ausink of Hampton Clean City Commission Environmental Education at (757)727-1158 or email at causink@hampton.gov for information on planned Hampton area clean-ups 
http://www.hampton.gov/179/Clean-City-Commission

Henry County Details coming soon many sites!
Linda Drage
lindad19501@live.com
276-340-9105


Check back soon.  Cleanups in the Martinsville area are being scheduled and will appear here soon!

Hopewell/Petersburg Cleanups may be scheduled by individuals and groups by contacting FOLAR Many cleanup sites available along the Lower Appomattox River Wendy Austin
 GetInvolved@folar-va.org
(804) 861-1666


FOLAR invests in developing the greenway-blueway trail network, enhancing the river and public access to it, and organizing cleanups and other events that protect the river. In addition to recognizing and enjoying the Lower Appomattox River by attending river-related events and programs, volunteers are encouraged to help FOLAR with cleanups along the Lower Appomattox River.

During September and October,  join other Virginia volunteers by participating in the International Coastal Cleanup with FOLAR, recording valuable data as trash is collected. Learn about the Ocean Conservancy's new Smartphone App called CLEAN SWELL to help record the results of your cleanup along the Lower Appomattox River anytime, any place.  (Go here to learn about the CLEAN SWELL app:    http://www.oceanconservancy.org/do-your-part/about-clean-swell.html 

Friends of the Lower Appomattox River (FOLAR)
Monument Professional Building
1964 Wakefield St. "  P.O. Box 1808
Petersburg,
http://folar-va.org/

Lorton

Saturday, October 14, 2017

9 AM TO 12PM
Occoquan Regional Park
9751 Ox Road
Lorton, VA 22079


Alex Vanegas
703-674-7847

Friends Of The Occoquan Fall River Clean Up

Volunteer by land or water and make a difference!
Rain or Shine.
Refreshments Provided!

Lakeridge Saturday, October 14, 2017
9 AM TO 12PM
Lake Ridge Marina
12350 Cotton Mill Dr.
Lakeridge, Va 22192


Renate Vanegas
703-674-6659

Friends Of The Occoquan Fall River Clean Up

Volunteer by land or water and make a difference!
Rain or Shine.
Refreshments Provided!

Marion (town of)   Marion Riverwalk For information, contact Carol Doss, uppertnriver@yahoo.com, 276-628-1600

Please check back soon for details on this cleanup

Martinsville (City of) Henry County More details coming soon   Linda Drage
lindad19501@live.com
276-340-9105

Check back soon.  Cleanups in the Martinsville area are being scheduled and will appear here soon!

Norton, City of   Biggest Cleanup in the Smallest City

For information, contact Carol Doss, uppertnriver@yahoo.com,
276-679-0754

Please check back soon for details on this cleanup.
Northampton TBD VA Barrier Island (specific island unknown at this point) Margaret Van Clief
                                             virginiacoastreserve@tnc.org
(757) 414-9227
The Nature Conservancy
This cleanup will take place on a remote barrier island with no facilities, so please be sure to bring everything you may need with you. Suggested items include reusable water bottle, long sleeves, hat, sunscreen, bug spray, snacks. Long pants and closed toed shoes are required. Trash bags, gloves, and a cooler of un-bottled water will be provided. Meeting place TBD. www.nature.org/vcr
Occoquan

Saturday, October 14, 2017
9 AM TO 12PM

Town of Occoquan
314 Mill Street
Occoquan, VA 22125


Kirstyn L.Jovanovich
703-491-1918

Friends Of The Occoquan Fall River Clean Up

Volunteer by land or water and make a difference!
Rain or Shine.
Refreshments Provided!

Petersburg Many dates! Cleanups may be scheduled by individuals and groups by contacting FOLAR.,  to
Hopewell/Petersburg, etc.  (Many cleanup sites available along the Lower Appomattox River)
Wendy Austin
 GetInvolved@folar-va.org
(804) 861-1666

FOLAR invests in developing the greenway-blueway trail network, enhancing the river and public access to it, and organizing cleanups and other events that protect the river. In addition to recognizing and enjoying the Lower Appomattox River by attending river-related events and programs, volunteers are encouraged to help FOLAR with cleanups along the Lower Appomattox River.

During September and October,  join other Virginia volunteers by participating in the International Coastal Cleanup with FOLAR, recording valuable data as trash is collected. Learn about the Ocean Conservancy's new Smartphone App called CLEAN SWELL to help record the results of your cleanup along the Lower Appomattox River anytime, any place.  (Go here to learn about the CLEAN SWELL app:    http://www.oceanconservancy.org/do-your-part/about-clean-swell.html 

Friends of the Lower Appomattox River (FOLAR)
Monument Professional Building
1964 Wakefield St. "  P.O. Box 1808
Petersburg,
http://folar-va.org/

Pittsylvania (Danville)

 

10/21/2017
9:30 to 11:30 AM

Dan River

Brian Buchanan
Danville Science Center               
bbuchanan@smv.org
                                            
434-791-5160 Ext. 201

The Fall River Clean Up will meet on the steps of the Danville Science Center's Train Station, located at 677 Craghead Street, Danville, VA. Glove, litter-getters and trash bags will be provided. Please wear closed toe shoes and be prepare to get a little dirty. For more information, email Brian Buchanan at bbuchanan@smv.org or phone 434-792-5160 Ext. 201

City of Portsmouth 11/11/2017
9:00 AM  to  11:00 AM
Paradise Creek Nature Park

Sarah Sumoski
ssumoski@elizabethriver.org
757-399-7487
The Elizabeth River Project

Become a River Hero! Help us clean up the park and improve the wetlands of Paradise Creek Nature Park and Paradise Creek, a tributary to the Elizabeth River and Chesapeake Bay. All ages welcome with adult supervision for those under 18. Groups welcome, but please contact us to ensure space. Please call 757-399-7487 or e-mail ssumoski@elizabethriver.org to register.

Powhatan 10 AM to Noon Powhatan State Park

Powhatan State Park
4616 Powhatan State Park Rd., Powhatan, VA 23139
Phone: 804-598-7148   Email Address: powhatan@dcr.virginia.gov
Web Site: http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/powhatan

Meet at the Playground Area. In honor of National Public Lands Day, we will hike Cabin Trail and pick up trash and debris along the way. Join a park ranger to have some fun and help keep one of our most popular trails clean for future hikers to enjoy. Gloves and trash bags are provided. For more information, call 804-598-7148.

There is free parking/admission for this day. Children welcome!
Prince Edward

10/21/2017
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

 

Appomattox River and Various Other Sites For information, contact Lee Woodruff, LeeWoodruff@kinex.net,

 

Volunteers are welcome!  Please join the annual Appomattox River and Waterways Cleanup Event in Prince Edward County.  Rain Date is October 28th.  Event Information:  http://far-va.org/events.php


Prince Edward

October TBA Site depends on the volunteer groups that sign up. We will work with you to find the best site.

Katie Register
Clean VA Waterways
434-395-2602 or registerkm@longwood.edu

This cleanup event will be for LONGWOOD UNIVERSITY students organizations, and it will be held on a weekend in October. Contact CVW if you are interested in joining this cleanup!

Prince William County
10/14/2017 9:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Occoquan River For information, contact German Vanegas, foto@friendsoftheoccoquan.org, 703-624-7124

Join us Saturday, October 14th from 9 am-12 pm for  FOTO’s Occoquan River Clean Up! You can make a difference! Help preserve one of our region’s most important natural resources: The Occoquan River!  Rain or Shine!  Refreshments will be provided.  **We are in need of boaters to help assist along the waterways at the various sites. Please contact FOTO at 703-624-7124 if you can help us out!**  In FOTO’s efforts to cut down on the use of plastic water bottles we are encouraging volunteers to bring their own refillable water bottles for water drinking purposes. Using refillable water bottles will decrease the amount of pollution that enters our waterways and make clean-up efforts easier.  Friends of the Occoquan
www.friendsoftheoccoquan.org Tel. 703-624-7124

Prince William County

On Going - Please check Keep Prince William Beautiful's Website

Numerous communities and waterways in Prince William County Lynda Kumelt
info@kpwb.org
(571) 285-3772

Volunteers needed to lead community cleanup projects in Prince William
County. Whether you’re an individual, an organization, or a corporate group, Keep
Prince William Beautiful has the perfect volunteer opportunity for you!  KPWB can support cleanups of any size within
the county.   Cleanups take approximately 3 to 4 hours each,
including the time it takes to file a cleanup report.

In September and October, be a part of the International
Coastal Cleanup (ICC) coordinated in Virginia by Clean Virginia Waterways at Longwood
University!  Pick a needy site, a date and gather volunteers to
help clean up a stream, creek, pond, waterway or an
inland site as well, because trash travels!  Collect
data on the trash using ICC forms and have your site included in the Annual
Trash Index prepared by Ocean Conservancy. 
Information on the ICC and  data
forms are available from KPWB.  Gloves,
vests, trash grabbers and garbage bags usually provided. 

Let KPWB know you are  volunteering  to lead a Virginia Waterways (ICC) Cleanup in
Prince William County at http://kpwb.org/programs/community-cleanups/ 
then get the supplies necessary for the event!

http://kpwb.org/

Richmond

10/22/2017
TBA

TBA

Kathy  Clarke
Northern Neck Soil & Water Conservation District                                           kathy.clarke@nnswcd.org
(804) 313-9102, x101

Please check back for details on this cleanup!
Roanoke, Botetourt 10/7/2017
9 AM to 12 PM

Roanoke Valley and Botetourt County
For information, contact Nikki Holm, info@cleanvalley.org, 540-345-5523

Volunteer teams from all over the Roanoke Valley will join forces to remove trash from our streams, creeks and rivers and their vicinities. Clean your favorite spot along a stream, tributary or river (or get to know a new one). Since 2001, Fall Waterway volunteers have collected over 275 tons of litter and countless tires from our waterways.

Southampton

Pick Your Own Date Blackwater Nottoway -- pick your own site!

Jeff Turner
Blackwater Nottoway Riverkeeper Program

757-562-5173 blknotkpr@earthlink.net

There will be no central meeting place for this years clean-up. people wanting to volunteer between September and end of October can contact me for supplies for your clean-up effort. You pick the time etc and what stretch of river you want to clean up.

Suffolk 10/28/2017
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Nansemond River - Constants Wharf
For information, contact Wayne Jones, littercontrol@suffolkva.us, 757 514 7604

Join us as we clean the Nasemond River!!

Tazewell TBD Richlands Tire Cleanup For information, contact Carol Doss, uppertnriver@yahoo.com, (276) 628-1600

Please check back soon for details on this cleanup.

Virginia Beach 11/1/17
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Virginia Beach Oceanfront Christina Trapani
Virginia Beach Hotel Association
(757) 613-5683
beachycleanvabeach@gmail.com

Join the Virginia Beach Hotel Association and Keep It Beachy Clean for our third annual Keep It Beachy Clean Cleanup! Meet on the boardwalk next to the 15th Street pier and help us cleanup the Virginia Beach Oceanfront. We will provide gloves, bags, data cards, pencils and some Keep It Beachy Clean swag for those who join us. Be sure to bring water, sunscreen and appropriate attire for the weather.

THANK YOU to our partners and sponsors!

Our partners include corporations, foundations, and individual donors that make it possible for thousands of Virginians to participate in caring for our rivers and beaches. Thank you!

Financial Support Partners
Altria
Booz Allen Hamilton
Dominion Foundation
Chesapeake Bay Restoration Fund (see the license plate below.)

In-Kind support
Longwood University
Ocean Conservancy
Glad Trash Bags
Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation (State Parks and Adopt-A-Stream program)
Virginia Coastal Zone Management Program, Department of Environmental Quality

You too can support this annual statewide cleanup event! Please consider a donation to support our work! Learn more.

 

 

chesbayplate Click on the license plate to learn how you can support great projects in the Virginia portion of the Chesapeake Bay watershed. PLEASE buy this license plate for your car! You will be supporting MANY worthy projects that are working for a cleaner and healthier Chesapeake Bay and Virginia's rivers too!

 



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