This is the museum’s sixth year participating in the event, and the team collected nine bags of trash and four bags of recyclables.
CBMM’s Miles River waterfront campus includes several environmental features that help sustain the health of the Chesapeake Bay, including an extended living shoreline, rain gardens and swales, native plantings, and more. CBMM’s marina is also a Maryland-certified clean marina partner.
The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay has been connecting the public to their local outdoor space through Project Clean Stream for more than a decade. The program culminates in a unified day of service when volunteers spend a few hours outside cleaning trash from parks, rivers, and streams, or otherwise improving their communities.
For more information, visit cbmm.org or allianceforthebay.org
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