Andy picked up 147 lbs of “stuff” at Ft Pickens and 15 students collected 42 lbs at Payne Bridge over Bayou Texar. This brings our yearly total to 6,022 lbs - more than ALL of 2016!
Naval Live Oaks, Bob Sikes Bridge and UWF picked up 428 lbs. Thanks to the GBHS Marine Science, Nat’l Science Honors Society and SEAS - UWF
52 volunteers at Ft. Pickens Fishing Pier, Langdon Beach and Lot 19A picked up 325 lbs of trash. Month’s total of 1,937 lbs! Well ahead of last year - thanks volunteers! Odd stuff - a wall thermostat, Cub Pack 410 made it out
Today’s 66 volunteers are maintaining a weekly average trash pick up of 615 lbs in 2019. Groups contributing are Caldwell Bankers, Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council
Chimney Park 18 volunteers picked up 323 lbs of trash - a lot of adult beverage cans and water bottles. Meanwhile, at Bay Bluffs 305 lbs by 27 volunteers. Thanks to 2 people at NLO with 20 lbs
Thanks to the 19 volunteers from the NWFL Robot Spot Robotics team picking up 83 lbs at Graffiti Bridge
The locations were two at Naval Live Oaks, Bob Sikes Bridge and on Avalon Blvd. in Milton. Thanks to the 47 volunteers including GBHS Marine Science Club
The water bottle fill station near Gates 9 & 10 was used 1,947 times or > 1,947 water bottles weren’t discarded! Since so many bottles are found on our beaches, why aren’t there more stations in our area?