Today’s post is a guest blog written by Dan Meyer, organizer of the Pike River Revival Cleanup. Dan Meyer pulls an old bike frame from the waters of the Pike River As an avid paddler and nature lover, I had grown up walking along the banks of the Pike. Located almost half way between the… Read more »
Winter is just around the corner here in Washington D.C. Temperatures are dropping, we had our first snow, and every day my fellow bike commuters are bundling up even more. On these cold mornings I like to think back to warmer months out on the water. This summer I traveled to the Elkhorn Slough in… Read more »
Volunteers posed for a group shot along the Wekiva River before heading out to cleanup! | Ellen Westpfahl River cleanups are hard work. Volunteers walk long distances picking up and carrying all sorts of trash. They hack through brush and thorny bushes to get trapped bottles and wrappers. They make their way across river banks… Read more »
Volunteers cleaned up 500 tires from the Merrimack River! | Clean River Project We arrived early to the volunteer check-in site on the morning of our cleanup. With plenty of time to set-up before volunteers were expected to arrive I took a seat on a bench overlooking the Charles River. As I sipped my coffee… Read more »
The 2013 photo contest winner: Antietam Creek Rubbish Roundup – Hagerstown, MD | Susan Simonson It’s time to submit your river cleanup photos for the 2014 National River Cleanup Photo Contest! This is one of my favorite times of year with National River Cleanup. All spring, summer, and fall I hear from you about river… Read more »
National River Cleanup joined Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. for their 10th river cleanup on the Winooski River in Waterbury, Vermont.
National River Cleanup and Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. took part in river cleanups in New York City, Miami, and Los Angeles during the month of September.
Cox Conserves volunteers about to set off along the river to clean up! | Lisa Powell – Dayton Daily News One of my favorite weekend activities is hopping on my bike and peddling down to the waterfront for a bike ride. As I ride down the path I pass picnicking families, joggers, dog walkers, and… Read more »
We look forward to seeing you! Thank you for registering for the 2014 Keurig Green Mountain Massachusetts Merrimack River Cleanup! You will be contact shortly to confirm and provide more details about your shift. We look forward to cleaning up the Merrimack River with you! Last year Keurig Green Mountain employees cleaned up 370 tires… Read more »
An REI volunteer surveys the trash collected from the boat launch on the Juniata River Water Trail | Peter Roquemore Rivers are focal points in communities and river cleanups draw volunteers from all walks of life. One of my favorite parts of a river cleanup is meeting people and learning their motivations for volunteering their… Read more »