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Bay of Bengal Stewardship 17 Sep 16
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Trash Free Maryland 17 Sep 16
Couldn't make a event today? Pick up trash on your own block. Doing that regularly makes a big difference downstream
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Beach Samaritans 17 Sep 16
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Paola Isaac Baraya 17 Sep 16
volunteering today to keep our oceans cleaner
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SeaWorld 17 Sep 16
In 2015 700K+ volunteers collected 18M+ lbs of trash from 25K+ miles of coastline. Join the :
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PCS 17 Sep 16
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Shedd Great Lakes 17 Sep 16
Today, & picked up 301 pounds of trash and debris! *slow clap*
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Six Senses 14 Sep 16
Gearing up for largest global volunteer event! Join us at a Resort or Spa near you - 17 SEPT
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Shedd Great Lakes 16 Sep 16
60 volunteers; 2 hours; 1 goal: clean beaches. Follow us tomorrow as we participate in .
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Onyango E. MR. 17 Sep 16
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Kody Olson 17 Sep 16
Cleaning up the Anacostia River!
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E/V Nautilus 17 Sep 16
Help stop trash from getting to the deep sea--join an today!
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EcoAction Arlington 17 Sep 16
@ArlEnvironment keeping our streams and waterways clean
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NSS MCG 17 Sep 16
Pile of rubbish collected at kranji bund at 923kg in total.
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Arju 18 Sep 16
was an occasion for rejuvenating the efforts against marine debris in Bangladesh @SaveOurSea_BOB
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Lake Erie 17 Sep 16
is happening everywhere today. Thank you to all the volunteers, everywhere. Your work doesn't go unnoticed.
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Marine Affairs Institute 17 Sep 16
We had to evict a crab living inside this tire.
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Sarah Kollar 27 Aug 16
Small but mighty crew @ this morning's with in Montauk!
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NOAA Marine Debris 21 Sep 16
The was a big success thanks to thousands of volunteers who collected tons of !
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Wetlands Park 17 Sep 16
54 vols removed 1/2 ton of trash from Pabco Trailhead for International Coastal Cleanup!
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