Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Rozalia Project for a Clean Vermont October clean up

There is one more clean up this season, and they are looking for volunteers:

Rozalia Project for a Clean Vermont: Volunteer Marine Debris Cleanup!

Clean Up Location: Shoreline naturalized area north of Starr Farm Dog Park, and South of North Cove.

Date: October the 20th
Between: 10:00am-12:00pm

Please join us Saturday, October the 20th between 10:00am-12:00pm for a marine debris clean up!

The Rozalia Project will be hosting an open volunteer day for anyone who would like to come help cleanup Vermont’s shores and waterways. Along with the cleanup we will be cataloging the debris we collect.  Our volunteer efforts are compiled with other data from around the State contributing to a large marine debris study.  This event is appropriate for individuals, groups, and families. Volunteers should dress for the weather, bring gloves and wear sturdy shoes.

Directions: Park at the Starr Farm Athletic Field parking area (not the dog park!) make your way North on the bike path for about .25 miles and enter the naturalized area at the first stairway.

Questions? Go to http://www.rozaliaproject.org/  

1 comment:

  1. I encourage folks to join this shoreline cleanup. The view from the bike path and along the shoreline with the colorful foilage we are enjoing and the crisp lake shores bring out the best of volunteers.

    See photos of the recent Winooski River Salmon Hole clean up on my latest posting at,http://litterwithastorytotell.blogspot.com/2012/10/winooski-river-salmon-hole-litter-clean.html.
    See how much a few hours of clean up can accompish!
    Bernie Paquette
    S.B. Vermont