Save The Bay to hold volunteer Earth Day beach cleanups on April 21-22 and through all of April

 PROVIDENCE, RI – April 16, 2018 – In celebration of Earth Day on April 22, Save The Bay has organized several beach cleanups all over Rhode Island, giving individuals, families and groups many options for getting involved. “Cleanups are such a fun way to celebrate Earth Day. It feels great to do something hands-on to help the environment. And you can really see the difference when you are done,” said July Lewis, volunteer and internship manager at Save The Bay.

Earth Day Cleanups on April 21-22 are as follows:

Several additional cleanups are planned throughout the month of April, for volunteers who want to make a difference, but can’t help out on Earth Day. They are:

Save The Bay holds beach cleanups every year, from spring through fall. Last year on Earth Day, nearly 500 volunteers collected almost 8,000 pounds of trash and debris at shorelines all over Rhode Island. “People are so enthusiastic to join with their neighbors and make a visible difference in the health of their beaches. This is how we clean up the Bay — together, one piece of litter at a time,” Lewis said.

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