With clear skies and calm seas, 50 student and adult volunteers participated in the 2018 NAPS Creek Cleanup on Sunday, September 30.
After a lunch for all participants at Ingram Bay Marina, six skiff captains shoved off with cleanup teams to remove boatloads of trash and recyclables from the shorelines near the mouth of the Great Wicomico River.
The teams tackled nearly 25 miles of shoreline along Ingram Bay, Dameron Marsh, Barnes Creek, Mill Creek, Towles Creek and Harveys Creek. The catch was boated back to the marina to be unloaded and sorted. Hundreds of bottles and cans were removed from the waterways and shoreline, plus furniture, a plastic pool liner, old crab traps and oyster floats, pounds of scrap metal, and various other trash.
NAPS added a new competitive twist this year… Read more…
Visit NAPSva.org for more information on the
Northumberland Association for Progressive Stewardship – Help save the Bay, join NAPS today!