2024 Earth Day Cleanup
Started by Seafarer's Yacht Club of DC, the Anacostia Watershed Society's Earth Day Cleanup is AWS's largest annual volunteer event. This year, join thousands of volunteers around the watershed to pick up trash, serve your community, and enjoy the Anacostia River. Tune in regularly to our website, sign up for our email list, or follow us on social media for more updates on Earth Day 2024!
Calling all site leaders!
Do you want to be a community leader this Earth Day? Is there a site in your neighborhood that needs cleaning up? Consider joining us as a site leader for 2024 - recruit your neighbors and friends, help train and orient volunteers, and help us track our impact.
Learn more about being a site leader: Join one of our information sessions on February 8, 6-7pm. (Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83738241209?pwd=UUdzMVNmTlFnYnFKYkpqeFV6cEhZZz09)
Ready to be a site leader? Fill out this form by February 23rd: https://forms.gle/68LmJmZFQAcZHRNF7
Site leader resources: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Y3VvFJeeYoioO40Iq4oUFy1QxRZ5NrDx?usp=sharing
Participant Requirements for Volunteer and Recreational Events
Note: Protocols and requirements are subject to change based on state, local, and federal guidance and/or our own organizational determinations.
1. If you are sick or exhibiting symptoms associated with COVID-19 (such as fever, chills, cough, sore throat, difficulty breathing, loss of taste or smell, etc.), please do not come to the event and consider joining us another time.
2. Reservations: Pre-registration is encouraged. Registration will open March 4 2024. All registrations require each participant to complete our Event Waiver Form prior to participation.
3. AWS strives to ensure a safe, community-driven space for all our events. AWS does not tolerate any form of harrassment, bullying, or discrimination at our volunteer events. By signing up for an event, you acknowledge our no-tolerance policy around harmful or discriminatory behavior.