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Riverkeeper Spring Shoreline Sweep – 40 Sites Across WNY

Every spring, community members come together to help clean our waters. The event, organized by Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper, is called the Spring Shoreline Sweep. The clean-up effort is held throughout the course of a single morning, and there is a Volunteer Appreciation Party that takes place after the sweep is complete. This is a regional cleanup effort that enables us all to use the beaches and the waterways as they were intended. 

Shoreline Sweep | Saturday April 23, 2016 | 10am to 12pm

To register for the volunteer party at the West Side Rowing Club (12:30pm), click here. Also visit Riverkeeper for additional info.

Target sites that are included in the revitalization initiative include:

Amherst

Amherst State Park (Site Full) | UB Bike Path (Site Full) | Ellicott Island Park (Site Full)

Buffalo

Cazenovia Park (Site Full) | Erie Basin Marina | Houghton Park | Hoyt Lake (Site Full) | LaSalle Park (Site Full) | Unity Island (Site Full) | Ohio Street Boat Launch (Site Full) | Red Jacket Riverfront Park (Site Full) | Riverside Park (Site Full) | Scajaquada Creek (Niagara Street) (Site Full) | Scajaquada Creek (West Avenue) (Site Full) | Scajaquada Creek (Tops on Grant Street) (Site Full) | Scajauada Creek (American Legion on Amherst Street) (Site Full) | Seneca Bluffs | South Park | Tifft Nature Preserve (Site Full) | Times Beach (Site Full)

Cheektowaga

Cheektowaga Town Park | North Creek South Creek Drive Park

Depew

Cayuga Creek

Niagara Falls

Bergholtz Creek | Gill Creek Park | LaSalle Waterfront Park (Site Full)

North Tonawanda

North Tonawanda Audubon Nature Preserve (Site Full)

Tonawanda

Ellicott Creek Park (Site Full)

West Seneca

Burchfield Nature and Art Center (Site Full) | Cazenovia Creek

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