Join ShoreRivers to clear trash from our roads, parks, and rivers this spring and help protect the Bay by cleaning up your waterways! ShoreRivers and volunteers are hosting community trash cleanups as part of Project Clean Stream, a Bay-wide trash cleanup that is organized by the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay and coordinated by local groups like ShoreRivers. Project Clean Stream is an opportunity for citizens across the entire watershed to work together to clean our shared water resource.

This year, volunteers helped coordinate Clean Anne’s Day, a day of environmental service throughout Queen Anne’s County on April 7th. This clean-up will be held Sunday, April 7, beginning at 1pm, at Gibson Grant Community. Volunteers should meet at the Gibson Grant Clubhouse.