Old 1st Ward Neighborhood Cleanup!

Modified: August 13, 2018 11:11am

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Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper, in partnership with Erie County DEP and Buffalo River Remedial Action Plan, is hosting the Old First Ward Neighborhood Cleanup, where volunteers prevent litter from polluting our waterways. The event is Saturday August 18th, 2018 starting at  10 am until noon at Mutual Boat Launch, 41 Hamburg Street, Buffalo, NY 14204.

Meet at Mutual Riverfront Park (41 Hamburg St, Buffalo) for a brief discussion on how neighborhood litter can find its way to our waterways through combined sewers. There will be limited prizes for those who can pick up the most trash!

All cleanup supplies will be provided at check in.

Register here: https://bnwaterkeeper.salsalabs.org/old1stwardneighborhoodcleanupmutualboatlaunch/index.html