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Friends of St. Sebastian River Recruiting Volunteers To Clean Litter
September 15 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Local citizens are banding together to tackle litter in the St. Sebastian River, as part of National River Cleanup® and the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup. Here’s an opportunity to spend an hour or two physically doing something to help improve the health of an important tributary to the Indian River Lagoon.
On Sat. Sept. 15, the Friends of St. Sebastian River is cleaning up the shoreline of the St. Sebastian River. Volunteers are needed to assist in the cleanup. Youth groups are encouraged to participate. No advance registration is necessary.
Meet at 9:00AM at the south end of the US#1 bridge which crosses the mouth of the St. Sebastian River straddling the Indian River and Brevard County lines, north of the City of Sebastian. The meeting location is the southwest side of bridge opposite the small Moore’s Point County Park, just north of Erling Lane. The cleanup is expected to end by 11:00AM. Participants should come with gloves, sunscreen, bug spray, and wear shoes that can get wet and dirty. Cleanup supplies and water will be provided.
For more information on the river cleanup, call (772) 202-0501 or email Info@fssr.org.