Attacking that Never-Ending Trash


On April 16, 2016, 66 enthusiastic volunteers of all ages turned out on a beautiful spring day and collected trash along the Potomac River and Dyke Marsh shoreline.  The group found plastic bottles, aluminum cans, fast food boxes and wrappers, plastic bags, pieces of Styrofoam, at least two tires and more – too much.

FODM partnered with the annual Alice Ferguson Foundation in their annual Potomac River cleanup.  FODM is an annual participant.  Thank you Miguel Robinson of the National Park Service and all the volunteers.

Photos courtesy of Bob Connell




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