For Earth Day this year the SLA is taking part in the Great New England Cleanup hosted by Nature Groupie! This past year, many more of us took to the woods and our local trails to get outside. Now - these places need our help! Join the Great New England Cleanup to help cleanup trails and conservation areas this Earth Day!
When? April 17th - 25th
Where? Anywhere in New England!
Who? Anyone - YOU!
How? Pick up trash on your local conservation land, trail or anywhere near you and record it in the easy to-use app!
It's always more fun (especially these days) to see how our individual actions impact our larger community. In order to participate in the cleanup, we're asking that you record what you pick up with the free and easy to use app, Litterati. Nature Groupie has resources below to help. That way you will be able to see how much you cleanup AND see all our collective work in action.
How to Use Literatti:
Litterati helps log and categorize the trash you pick up from natural areas and trails near you and has led to packaging changes by corporations based on litter data, so your efforts could contribute to even more big change! Our challenge will be to remove at least 1,000 pieces of litter during the week around Earth Day!
Join the challenge by using code: NECLEANUP
Connect on Social Media:
Connect with the fun and action by tagging @naturegroupie and @squam.lakes or using #GreatNECleanup!