Potomac Cleanup at Fletcher’s Cove
- Fletcher's Cove 4940 Canal Road Northwest Washington, DC, 20007 United States (map)
This year, we are thankful for YOU! We are also thankful that we get to live near the wildest urban river in the United States.
Show your appreciation for our Nation's River this Thanksgiving season by joining Potomac Conservancy at a cleanup event at Fletcher's Cove.
Children and children at heart welcome! Grab a friend, put on your boots, and head down to the river to get your hands dirty for clean water. Together we'll keep the Potomac free of litter so this national treasure can remain a great place to bike, hike, paddle, and fish.
Let us show you how thankful we are for volunteers like you with a special treat on us after the event!
For more information and to register, visit the event page >
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Take part in the biggest river cleanup of the year!
Last year's volunteers kept over 404,500 pounds of trash out of our local waters. That's the weight of 33 elephants! Don't miss your chance to be part of this year's cleanup crew. We'll be out at multiple locations. Sign up here!