CORAL SPRINGS, FL – If you’re looking to volunteer and clean up Coral Springs and Broward County waterways, here’s your opportunity.

The annual Broward County Waterway Cleanup is kicking off on March 6 and will continue every weekend in March at sites across the region, including Riverside Park in Coral Springs.

Started in the late 1970s, the cleanup -- organized by the Marine Industries Association of South Florida -- is the county’s largest and longest-running environmental event with thousands of volunteers of all ages cleaning debris from waterways in their boats, kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, and by foot, according to the event’s website.

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The 2020 cleanup removed 25 tons of trash and debris from waterways, rivers, and canals.

According to the website, each participant has to register online in advance and electronically sign a waiver to participate.

All the information is here.

 

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