1,000 Pounds of Trash Removed from Jamestown Shoreline

1,000 Pounds of Trash Removed from Jamestown Shoreline
Photo/Clean Ocean Access

Jamestown Press: Thirty-seven volunteers helped remove 956 pounds of marine debris from the shoreline at Hull Cove [in Jamestown, RI] on Saturday [Dec. 6]. The cleanup, which has been held on the first weekend in December for 9 years, has totaled 9,212 pounds since its inception.

The clampdown was organized by Clean Ocean Access, a Newport-based environmental group that cleans local coastlines so future generations can enjoy ocean activities. The grassroots movement works to protect, preserve and maintain shoreline access.

Read more about the shoreline cleanup at Hull Cove in Jamestown.

1,000 Pounds of Trash Removed from Jamestown Shoreline
Photo/Clean Ocean Access

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