Of Butts and Bags: Cleanup Data Trends 2017-19

2019 was a BIG year for cleanups across Connecticut. More of you turned out than any year since CFE/Save the Sound became the official Connecticut coordinator for the International Coastal Cleanup back in 2002, and together we removed more than three tons of trash from beaches and riverbanks. We are looking forward to building on these […]

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Save the Date: International Coastal Cleanup – September 19th, 2015!

Save the Sound is busy gearing up for the 30th annual International Coastal Cleanup! This year’s “Big Day” is right around the corner on September 19th, which will also include additional cleanups throughout the months of September and October.

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International Coastal Cleanup: 46 Cleanups and They Keep Coming!

Join a Cleanup Near You For the last month and a half, bird watchers, fishermen, sailors, scuba divers, students, citizen groups, and businesses have been cleaning up garbage from Connecticut’s beaches, islands, and rivers as part of the annual International Coastal Cleanup (ICC). Save the Sound, the Connecticut coordinator for the ICC, has worked with […]

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Save the Sound and Volunteers Take to the Beach for International Coastal Cleanup

Save the Sound  joined with local volunteers and partners including sponsor Bank of America at 22 cleanup sites around the state today as part of the 28th annual International Coastal Cleanup.

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Save the Date: International Coastal Cleanup is Sept 21

Calling all civic-minded folks, beach goers, nature lovers, sailors and volunteer groups!

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