The Trash Tour stop in Jacksonville, FL on June 10th was an overwhelming success. Hell’s Bay Boatworks teamed up again with the Coastal Conservation Association of Florida, and Swamp Head Brewery. Tons of trash was collected and everyone had a great time! Thanks to the over 80 volunteers that registered to help, we were able to clean up the waterways of Jacksonville.
The Coastal Conservation Association of Florida had two large dumpsters on site, and both of the dumpsters were filled with trash by the end of the cleanup. The most impressive part of the event was the volunteers! A couple traveled all the way from the Tampa Bay area to help make a difference in Jacksonville. Thanks to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, they had two officers cleaning up the waterway. A big shout out to the Jacksonville community, they did a fantastic job contributing their time and energy for this great cause – with and without boats.
The Jacksonville event was held at Jim King Park and Boat Ramp at Sisters Creek. This venue provided enough room for us to host a momentous event. We are looking forward to the next Trash Tour stop in Steinhatchee, FL, on Saturday, August 26th. For more information or to register – click here.