Partner Event: Community Cleanup at Shepherd Parkway
- Shepherd Parkway 555 Newcomb Street Southeast Washington, DC, 20032 United States (map)
Start your summer on a high note by getting outside and giving back to your local community. The Committee to Restore Shepherd Parkway is hosting a cleanup on June 11 in Washington, DC. Gloves, bags, and water will be provided. Wear boots, full-length pants, and clothes you won't mind getting dirty.
No need to register. Meet at the picnic area near the corner of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X Avenues SE at 11 am.
For more information, please contact Nathan Harrington at 301-758-5892 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You May Also Like
Celebrate World Rivers Day with us while we clean up one of our favorite local parks!
Get a tour of DC from the best seat in town: the cockpit of a kayak!
Growing Native season is almost here! Try your hand at tree and seed ID while doing your part for the Potomac.
Volunteers of all ages and backgrounds are welcome to help collect native tree seeds in the beautiful and historic Leesylvania State Park.
We are honored to be back at Arlington National Cemetery for our second Growing Native event of the season! We'll be Getting Nuts for Clean Water by collecting acorns and tree seeds for future plantings!
We're teaming up with some of the best local and national nonprofits to clean up DC's hidden gem: Theodore Roosevelt Island!
There's no better way to spend a crisp fall morning. Get your hands dirty for clean water and join Team Potomac as we plant 200 trees in Loudoun County.