A little bad weather didn’t stop the volunteers at Chesapeake Bay Gateway location is a natural refuge for northern Virginia nature and wildlife. Removing trash and keeping the shoreline clean creates a safer environment for all of our visitors. At the park’s scheduled clean-up over twenty bags of garbage were retrieved from the north shoreline of the Potomac River. Fifteen volunteers braved the rain to participate including Cub Scouts from Pack #689. Chief Ranger, Sarah Phillips is very grateful for the help and says it’s nice to see the community come out to help keep the park clean.
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