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2nd Annual Riverkeeper Sweep

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Add to Calendar 11-05-2013 11-05-2013 15 2nd Annual Riverkeeper Sweep The second annual Riverkeeper Sweep is a day of service throughout the Hudson Valley to help clean the shoreline of the Hudson River. Volunteer to help clean up shorelines, plant trees, and more. In 2012 the Riverkeeper Sweep engaged 450 volunteers, who cleaned up seven tons of shoreline trash and planted more than 100 trees in 30 Hudson River communities. In 2013, they aim to double their impact with the help of new partners, The Great Saw Mill River Cleanup program of Groundwork Hudson Valley, Keep Rockland Beautiful, Make Poughkeepsie Shine, and Empire Dragon Boat Teams. Riverkeeper expects as many as 1,000 volunteers to take part in the 2013 Riverkeeper Sweep. To find a site near you, register as a volunteer at riverkeepersweep.eventbrite.com, or email Dana Gulley and Dan Shapley at sweep@riverkeeper.org with questions. This is a great opportunity for teens to meet high school community service requirements. Call 800-21-RIVER for more information. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2015neweventinfo.cfm?id=134139 Croton Point Park true DD/MM/YYYY

May 11, 2013
All day - register for individual site hours
Croton Point Park
Croton-on-Hudson
All Ages
Description: The second annual Riverkeeper Sweep is a day of service throughout the Hudson Valley to help clean the shoreline of the Hudson River. Volunteer to help clean up shorelines, plant trees, and more.

In 2012 the Riverkeeper Sweep engaged 450 volunteers, who cleaned up seven tons of shoreline trash and planted more than 100 trees in 30 Hudson River communities. In 2013, they aim to double their impact with the help of new partners, The Great Saw Mill River Cleanup program of Groundwork Hudson Valley, Keep Rockland Beautiful, Make Poughkeepsie Shine, and Empire Dragon Boat Teams.

Riverkeeper expects as many as 1,000 volunteers to take part in the 2013 Riverkeeper Sweep. To find a site near you, register as a volunteer at riverkeepersweep.eventbrite.com, or email Dana Gulley and Dan Shapley at sweep@riverkeeper.org with questions.

This is a great opportunity for teens to meet high school community service requirements. Call 800-21-RIVER for more information.

Address: Croton Point Avenue
Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10603
Phone:
Website: riverkeeper.org

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