REGISTRATION CLOSED: Potomac Stewards River Cleanup, Fletcher's Cove
- Fletcher's Cove 4940 Canal Road Northwest Washington, DC, 20007 United States (map)
REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS CLOSED.
Wow! When Potomac Riverans set out to make a difference, you do it in a big way! So many of you have signed up to get your hands dirty for clean water that this event is now full. Please check out our event page for more ways you can join this local movement for clean water.
Spend a morning outdoors, giving back, and getting your hands dirty for clean water! Join Potomac Conservancy at Fletcher's Cove as we say goodbye to winter and goodbye to trash polluting our local shores.
We're meeting up at one of the area's most popular outdoor destinations. You'll spend the morning removing harmful litter and debris from the banks of the Potomac, ensuring our river remains a local treasure for all to enjoy.
This event is open to all ages. We will provide all the necessary supplies - just bring yourself and a few friends to help out!
Thank you to our event sponsors!
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