Fall 2020 Beach Clean-up
Treat Every Day like a Beach Clean-up!
Looking for the perfect socially distant activity + a chance to get outdoors and let off steam + a way to give back in your community? Hit the beach with family, friends, or co-workers and spend an hour or an afternoon on Duxbury Beach. Make your walk more meaningful by bringing a bag and picking up trash that find. Our coast and oceans will thank you!
General Clean-up Reminders:
Please bring your own gloves and container for carrying trash. Get creative and look for a reusable container around your home!
Please take all trash you pick up with you when you leave!
Remember to hydrate. Bring water with you.
It's fall and the weather can get blustery, especially out on the beach - bring layers!
Protect Duxbury Beach and avoid stepping on vegetation and dune slopes!
Please be sure to follow the normal rules of Duxbury Beach - including those set up for COVID-19.
Help protect other beachgoers and the community and be sure to put on a mask when in the parking lot or on the beach if you are unable to properly socially distance (6 ft).
Limit groups to 10 or less and do not come to the beach if you feel sick or recently came in contact with someone who is sick or tested positive for COVID-19.
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Thank you to the Calista Family for their amazing efforts to clean up Duxbury Beach and to promote healthy coastlines. We're excited for more families to spend time together out on the beach, helping to protect and preserve Duxbury Beach.
Duxbury Beach Reservation is so grateful for the support of the Calista Family and their generosity in providing "I Am Not Plastic" trash bags for the clean-up this fall (provided through the Party in a Box event)! These bags are biodegradable and compostable, helping to limit the further use of plastic while cleaning up the beach.
Don't worry if you don't have an "I Am Not Plastic" bag - get creative! Take a look around your house and find a reusable alternative to a normal plastic trash bag. Buckets, canvas bags, back packs, etc. can be a great alternative to single use plastic bags.
While we have to stay apart to keep everyone safe, we’d love to see your clean-up efforts on social media! Use the hashtag #duxburybeachcleanup2020 and tag @duxburybeachreservation to encourage others to get out outside and reduce trash in our environment.
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