Posts Tagged ‘ Source to Sea Cleanup ’

Finding solutions for river pollution: Connecticut River Watershed Council promotes zero waste

Sep 24th, 2014 | By
Connecticut River Watershed Council’s Source to Sea Cleanup volunteers have removed more than 851 tons of trash over the 18 years of the river clean-up event. Now CRWC is also working on solutions to keep trash out of our rivers in the first place, particularly tires and plastic bottles.

The Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC) will use their 18th Annual Source to Sea Cleanup on Sept. 26, 27 as a way to push for solutions to river waste. The Cleanup supports policies and legislation that help keep waste from ending up in local rivers and streams. The Council also supports a new vision of zero waste for the Connecticut River and its tributaries.



Connecticut River Source to Sea Cleanup Saturday in Middletown – Around Middletown – Middletown, CT Patch

Oct 5th, 2013 | By

Middletown, in conjunction with the Connecticut River Watershed Council as a group, will be participating in the 17th Annual Connecticut River Source to Sea Cleanup on Saturday. For more on this story, visit: Connecticut River Source to Sea Cleanup Saturday in Middletown – Around Middletown – Middletown, CT Patch.



Join the Source to Sea Cleanup and Help Protect the Connecticut River System

Sep 23rd, 2013 | By

The Connecticut River Watershed Council (CRWC) invites you take action this October by joining thousands of other volunteers across New England in the 17th annual Source to Sea Cleanup of the Connecticut River system—rivers and streams and their banks, as well as parks, boat launches, trails and more.