Center for Freshwater Research and Education Freshwater Stewardship Corps Shoreline Clean-up Registration form
Join us for a day of cleaning our water! The Center for Research and Education Freshwater Stewardship corps is teaming with Water Wise, Algoma University. In conjunction with Bay Mills Indian Community and MUCC's Bay Mills on the Water Clean-up, to take action to clean our shorelines.
Bay Mills on the Water Sugar Island clean-up registration link -
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For either in person or going solo, download the free app, Marine debris tracker and add our project “Sault clean-up 2021” to track our reach and amount of trash collected!
More information for in person
We will be meeting at the Lake State Superior University Center for Freshwater Research and Education campus building (Hillside Hall) at 9:30 a.m. Participants should wear weather appropriate clothing and boots are strongly recommended. Gloves, trash bags, and other cleaning materials will be provided. We encourage you to take pictures and share on social media with #SaultCleanUp. To track our reach and what is accomplished please download the free app Marine Tracker and join our organization “The Sault clean-up”.
More information for go solo
We encourage you to take pictures of your work and share it on social media with #GoSoloClean or add a comment with a picture to share your work which we may highlight on our facebook, Instagram, and Twitter: lssu_cfre. To track our reach and what is accomplished please download the free app Marine Tracker and join our organization “The Sault clean-up”.
What is your email? For further details on the event.
What is your text number? In case of Cancelation *optional
Which clean-up will you be participating in?
If going solo where: where do you plan to go? (general location such as, the closet water body or the county)
If doing in person: do you want an offered snack bag?
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