CBF’s Alternative Spring Break needs volunteers

Volunteers are sprucing up Reedy Creek today, but what are you doing Friday? Want to help James River Park manager Ralph White stock the Manchester Canal at the Floodwall with fish and clean a little trash? There is something happening every day this week if you volunteer with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation:

What are you doing for Spring Break? If you are looking for something fun, free, and beneficial to do,  check out CBF’s Alternative Spring Break program.

We invite you to leave your computer and books behind and join us outside as we explore our region’s beautiful parks and waterways. Projects include planting trees, cleaning up local watersheds, assisting with oyster restoration, completing various projects along the James River—and all will help improve local water quality!

CBF will host various projects in and around central Virginia during Spring Break from March 12th – 18th that will make a positive impact on local water quality and improve our environment. Join us for the whole week or just a day.

Participation is free and transportation will be provided from VCU’s campus to event sites. Sign up today as space is limited. T-shirts will be provided to participants while supplies last.

For more information or to register, please visit our website at cbf.org/springbreak-va


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