The Lake Huron Coastal Centre, in collaboration with Georgian Bay Forever, Keep the Bruce Clean and Green, Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation, and local municipalities, is thrilled to invite volunteers to participate in the upcoming shoreline clean-up events along the breathtaking shores of Lake Huron in July. With your help, they hope to engage over 700 volunteers to remove a staggering 1,000 pounds of litter by the end of summer.
The July Clean-up the Coast events will take place at the following dates and locations:
• Tobermory: Saturday, July 8th
• Kincardine: Saturday, July 15th
• Southampton: Sunday, July 16th
• Grand Bend: Saturday, July 29th
• Kettle Point: Sunday, July 30th
With your support, Lake Huron Coastal Centre can accomplish their shared mission of improving the health of Lake Huron for our communities and local wildlife. Each piece of litter removed contributes to a healthier ecosystem, cleaner communities, and safer habitats. Let’s work together to “Clean-up the Coast” and protect the natural beauty of Lake Huron.
To learn more and RSVP, please visit lakehuron.ca/cleanupthecoast.
The Lake Huron Coastal Centre is a non-government charity dedicated to supporting a healthy ecosystem through education, restoration, and research.
To learn more visit www.lakehuron.ca, or follow @coastalcentre on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Clean-up the Coast would not be possible without generous funding from the Great Lakes Local Action Fund and Sunset Community Foundation