Take part in a Waterfront Walkabout!
Litter is a serious pollution issue that affects our waterways. It has been estimated that around 7 million tonnes of litter enter the world’s oceans each year. A staggering 80 per cent of the litter in the Great Lakes is plastic. This pollution is threatening the health of the Great Lakes ecosystem and the source of drinking water for 40 million people.
You can participate in a Waterfront Walkabout and help us remove and document plastics from our waterways! You can walk the shoreline or join us by paddling alongside! All volunteers will receive free clean-up supplies, survey sheets and safety tips. Please bring rubber boots and/or waders if you have them. Refreshments available at all scheduled events!
McVicar Creek Waterfront Walkabout Clean Up!
Saturday, October 22nd
10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Join Ecosuperior and the Thunder Bay District Stewardship Council for a Waterfront Walkabout shoreline clean-up at McVicar Creek . Help remove and document litter and debris from our waterways! Free clean-up supplies, safety tips and refreshments for volunteers. Meet at the Clayte Street footbridge.
Plan your own Waterfront Walkabout:
Can't make it to one of our events? That's okay! You can do your own walkabout when it works for you! Let us know you are going to do one and we will provide you with free clean-up supplies, survey sheets, safety tips and help disposing of the litter collected.
2016 Current River Waterfront Walkabout Clean Up!
Saturday, September 24th
10:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Join the EcoDivers in September as they clean-up the Current River. This is a shoreline and underwater clean-up! Land and underwater (certified divers) crew needed!
Questions? Contact 624-2141 or email@example.com.