Help kick-off Coastweeks 2017 with a Brewers Bay clean-up!
This clean-up aims to “turn the tide on trash” and remove harmful debris items that can, and do, negatively impact our marine ecosystem.
New to Coastweeks cleanups this year, all hard plastics collected will be sorted to be recycled through the DPNR Coastal Zone Management beach plastics recycling program.
♦ Volunteers will meet at the Brewers Bay beach near the restrooms. ♦
♦ The clean-up will begin at 9:00 am and end at 11:30 am. ♦
♦ All necessary supplies, as well as water, will be provided. ♦
♦ Students who participate can receive community service hours for volunteering. ♦
For more information, log on to http://vimas.uvi.edu/ or contact Howard Forbes Jr., @ 340-693-1672 /
If you are interested in how much garbage was cleaned from V.I. shorelines in 2016, see the V.I Marine Advisory Service stats https://pacificainexile.org/students/write-my-essays-for-me/10/ https://thembl.org/masters/essay-on-my-personal-qualities/60/ http://jeromechamber.com/event/dialouge-essay/23/ watch http://go.culinaryinstitute.edu/how-do-i-stop-email-notification-on-my-iphone/ did you do your homework last night go to link proofreading telecommute jobs who am i essaysВ see url resume professional writers http://www.cresthavenacademy.org/chapter/dissertation-support-services/26/ why should we learn english essay australian digital thesis buy paper crowns bulk esl expository essay writer services for college buy thyroxine viagra sales canada http://bookclubofwashington.org/books/analysis-paper-topics/14/ now essay term papers on teenage pregnancy follow shakespeare term paper see url ocb rolling papers buy online incidents in the life of a slave girl essay the best way of travelling essay health care essay viagra advice uk how to write a letter of introduction about yourself to parents professional business plan writer uk essay on friendship by montaigne HERE. [This link will take you to a page not controlled by CCVI.]
VIMAS collected data contributed significantly to the elimination of single-use disposable plastic shopping bags in the Territory.