June 11, 2007
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Volunteer with us!

Clean The Bay would be dead in the water (pun intended) without the help of the people who volunteer with us!  Join us in the first ever large-scale effort to clean Narragansett Bay’s beaches and shorelines.  It is time to take matters into our own hands and make it safe for all those who live, work, and play on the Bay!

There are two ways to help out:

Volunteer for a shoreline cleanup!

Individuals of all ages are encouraged to come spend some time outside on the water this summer, helping out a good cause.  This looks great on resumes, fulfills community service hours, not to mention the boost it gives to your karma!

Groups and businesses- looking to give back to the community?  Here’s a great opportunity to get outside and gain first-hand experience saving the planet.  Schedule a cleanup for your organization today!

Be sure to check back for dates and locations of cleanups throughout the summer!  Contact Vanessa Venturini (401) 222-3434 ext 4401, Volunteer Coordinator, to receive volunteer email alerts, and to learn how you can help to Clean The Bay!

Spend a day on the boat, helping with the large-scale debris removal.

Join Captain Ed and the crew of the Eleanor S. (our 56’ LCM) in removing the docks, pilings, and other large debris that has washed ashore over the years.  You must be over 18 and in good physical condition to volunteer with the CTB crew.

CTB Volunteer Update!

Thank you to all who participated in our first cleanup at Fields Point in Providence!  Our next cleanup is scheduled for:

Saturday, June 16, 2007
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at
Warwick Cove, at the end of Randall Avenue.

To Volunteer Contact:

Vanessa Venturini
Community Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator
Clean The Bay / RI Department of Environmental Management
(401) 222-3434 ext 4401

Fields Point Cleanup, May 29, 2007 (click photos for a larger view)