16th Annual Treasure Coast Waterway Cleanup

About the Event

Register to be a part of the largest cleanup of the year! You can join any number of organizations from Jupiter to Sebastian on Saturday, July 22nd to help clean our waterways. Florida Oceanographic Society will be stationed at the Stuart Causeway East Island site. We will provide bags, gloves, and grabbers for cleanup efforts. No matter what site you register at for this year's cleanup, you can participate on behalf of Florida Oceanographic Society. When you register type "Florida Oceanographic Society" as your Team Name.

You can also take part in the Waterway Cleanup Week from Saturday July 15th -July 23rd which is an independent beach cleanup. For more information and to register visit TC Waterway Cleanup. If you have any questions, please contact Rosemary Badger, Volunteer Coordinator at rbadger@floridaocean.org.

Since 2008, the Treasure Coast Waterways cleanup has engaged more than 13,441 volunteers and more than 3,200 boats to remove more than 99.25 tons of trash from the waters of the Treasure Coast. Join the effort this year and do your part to cleanup over 120 miles of our waterways in Martin, St. Lucie & Indian River Counties.

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