On April 22, The Coastal Conservation Association Florida ‘s Trash Tour stopped in Titusville, Florida, to clean up the waters of the Indian River Lagoon. CCA, Swamp Head Brewery and Hell’s Bay employee’s joined over 70 local volunteers to make a difference on Earth Day.
The event was based out of Parrish Park boat ramp, and it was the perfect location for everyone to start the day. Volunteers used skiffs, bay boats, canoes and even headed out on foot to pick up trash.
All the trash was returned to Parrish Park, where CCA staff loaded it all into giant dumpsters donated by Waste Pro. Thousands of pounds of trash were collected during the day! The event finished with Sonny’s BBQ, beer from Swamp Head Brewery, raffle prizes and an awards ceremony for the largest and most unique piece of trash. Check out this video from CCA Florida showcasing the event.
Thank you to all who came out to support the Swamp Head Brewery, Hell's Bay Boatworks, CCA Trash Tour on Saturday! With over 70 volunteers and thousands of pounds of trash collected, the event was a huge success! Click here to register for our Jacksonville tour stop on June 10th:https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07edx6chp333b48725&oseq&c&ch
Posted by Coastal Conservation Association Florida on Thursday, April 27, 2017
This year’s event was a huge success, and we are looking forward to the next stop in Jacksonville, Florida, on Saturday, June 10. For more information and to register for the Jacksonville Trash Tour stop – click here