Sunday, April 1, 2012

Get Dirty for Some Good Clean Fun

Join other local nature lovers for the Alice Ferguson Foundation's 24th Annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup on Saturday, April 14, 2012, 9am-12pm

Thousands of volunteers of all ages will be picking up trash from different cleanup sites around the region.  Over the past 24 years volunteers have removed over 3 million pounds of trash from the Potomac Watershed and they hope to make this year the largest cleanup event yet. 

Help to insure clean land, safe water and healthy lives for yourself and those you love: 

VOLUNTEER by picking up trash at an existing site. Check  website for the date and time of a cleanup site near you!

LEAD a cleanup site! Have a particular creek or stream in mind? Register your site online and invite friends, family, and co-workers 

Learn more by visiting, or calling 202-973-8203.

Earth Day Celebration, April 22


What: Earth Day Celebration to Mark the 40th anniversary of the federal Clean Water Act. This major event is part of Clean Water Network’s year long Power of Water Campaign to not only celebrate the past, but to elevate the issue of clean water to the top of the nation’s priority list, where it belongs.

Where: This festive occasion will take place on the Anacostia River, Earth Conservation Corps Historic Pump House Offices at Diamond Teague Park,1st and Potomac Ave. SE, Washington DC.

When: Sunday, April 22, 2012, 3:30 pm – 7:00 PM

Event Details: CWN’s Earth Day celebration will include musical entertainment, yoga classes, boat tours of the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers, speakers, displays and the screening of a new documentary on the water crisis, Last Call to the Oasis, directed by Oscar award winner Jessica Yu.

Contact for more information:
Natalie Roy
Briana Giosta,

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