Join us to celebrate Earth Day by cleaning up our community.
We will meet behind the Residences at the Manor apartments at 1205 Pl. S, Frederick.
To stay safe and hydrated, we suggest bringing a water bottle and wearing sunscreen, sturdy/waterproof shoes (if you have them), long pants, a long-sleeved shirt, and a hat. Waders or waterproof boots are a plus.
Gloves and trash bags will be provided.
Registration is requested, but not required.
Each participant will be required to complete the following form (copies will be available at the beginning of the event): https://www.potomacriver.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Liability-Waiver-and-Medical-Form_2020.pdf
This event is part of Alice Ferguson Foundation’s Annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup and produced in partnership with the Interstate Commission on the Potomac River, Horning Property Management, the City of Frederick, and Frederick’s Sustainability Committee.
Picking up trash in and near waterways prevents pollution, helps aquatic life, and improves water quality all the way to the Chesapeake Bay. What happens to the trash if we don’t clean it up? Watch a video of the picture below by visiting River Runner to see how Rock Creek is connected through Carroll Creek, Monocacy River, Potomac River (one of Frederick City’s sources of drinking water), and the Chesapeake Bay.