Volunteers pull 20 tons from water

Mar 30, 2015 by Guest Writer

More than 2,000 volunteers picked trash from South Florida’s waterways in March as part of the 38th annual Broward County Waterway Cleanup, the county’s largest and longest-running environmental event.

More than 100 boats participated in the event, organized by the Marine Industries Association of South Florida and Marine Industry Cares Foundation.



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