Partner Event: Community Cleanup at Shepherd Parkway
- Shepherd Parkway 555 Newcomb Street Southeast Washington, DC, 20032 United States (map)
Give back this Thanksgiving season by participating in a park-wide cleanup! The Committee to Restore Shepherd Parkway is working to improve conditions for plants, animals, and our rivers, which in turn will improve our own health and sense of community.
Bags, gloves and water will be provided to all participants. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity for environmental and personal wellness!
For more information, visit the event page >
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