Thousands turned out Saturday (6/4) for the 28th annual “Clean the Bay Day,” to pick up trash along rivers beaches and shorelines. It has become an annual expression of concern for the Bay, its tributaries and the environment.
Every year, thousands turn out to pick up trash other people have left behind. These volunteers were at the James River Park, near Reedy Creed.
Thousand more picked up about 138,000 pounds of trash at 260 sites along some 440 miles of shoreline.