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Save The River has been cleaning up shoreline and boat slips for several years on both sides of the upper St. Lawrence River in an ongoing effort to make the St. Lawrence River “swimmable, fishable, and drinkable now and for generations to come”. These cleanups are community-based and volunteer oriented focused on the shore and water 10 feet inland of the shoreline and out into the River.
The problems of trash in the water of the St. Lawrence River have been well documented and can be observed on a daily basis by islanders and boaters. Removing plastics and other man-made debris from the St. Lawrence River is a pressing concern and with our Trash Free River cleanup we hope to start an annual tradition of shoreline and River bottom cleanups removing a major source of pollution from The River.
This year we are hosting a river-wide shoreline cleanup event. Teams will work in various locations between Cape Vincent and Massena. We are also working with the Thousand Islands Association to make this an international event as they coordinate teams on the Canadian side.
On Saturday July 30th we will also be hosting a Trash Free River Volunteer Appreciation Event from 5pm-8pm at Northern Flow Vineyards/DeLuke’s Garden Center in Clayton. Garnsey's Classic Island Cruises will be cooking up a delicious traditional shore dinner and there will be drink offerings available from local craft beverage producers. We are keeping Rock for the River® alive and well with live music from The Bad Husband's Club. Don't miss this fun filled weekend!
Save The River’s mission is to restore, preserve, and protect the Upper St. Lawrence River now and for generations to come - through advocacy, education, research and stewardship.
For 43 years, Save The River has been the leading grassroots environmental advocacy organization fighting for the ecological integrity of the St. Lawrence River. Save The River takes an active role in River policy issues by engaging decision makers, community leaders, residents, visitors and volunteers to make positive change. Every year Save The River works with educators in school districts in the watershed to educate 1,500 students in a place-based curriculum that stresses age-appropriate aspects of stewardship.
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