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The Great Lakes Beach Sweep Cleans 90 Miles Of Beaches Along Lake Erie Beginning In Buffalo!

About Great Lakes Beach Sweep

A CLEANUP CREW IN ACTION

Don’t Wait! Signup Now For This Years Great Lakes Beach Sweep.

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YOU'D BE SURPRISED AT WHAT WE FIND!

Every Year, We Track The “Stuff” Our Work Crews Collect. The Data Is Used To Lobby For Laws To Keep Our Beaches Cleaner.

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GROOMING TOMORROWS LEADERS

Tomorrows Leaders Will Be Influenced By The Lessons Learned At A Young Age. Caring For The Waterfront Is An Important Lesson.

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Great Lakes Beach Sweep Data CardJoin Us On September 17th At 10:00 AM At The Woodlawn, NY State Park For The Next Great Lakes Beach Sweep!

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Great Lakes Beach Sweep Signup FormBEACH SWEEP SIGNUP FORM

For 30 years, the Great Lakes Beach Sweep has cleaned 90 miles of the Lake Erie shoreline. Every September, our volunteer network hits the beaches then gathers at the Woodland State Park for a picnic complements of our [ sponsors ]. We need your help! [ Signup ] Today!

Great Lakes Beach Sweep Data CardBEACH SWEEP DATA CARD

The Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) is the first step to ensuring we can enjoy a cleaner Lake Erie. The data collected during the Beach Sweep Cleanup is invaluable to the Ocean Conservancy’s effort to start a sea change every day; helping educate public, business, and government officials about the scale and serious consequences of the Great Lakes debris problem. [ Click Here ] to download the data sheet.

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