Sustainable Practices to Hold 2nd Annual All-Cape Beach Cleanup

September 16th - support received from national grant

Brewster, MA - Sustainable Practices will host its second annual All-Cape Beach Cleanup on Saturday September 28, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. The grassroots nonprofit received a $1,500 grant from the National Environmental Education Fund to support the event. It will be held in partnership with COASTSWEEP, the statewide beach cleanup effort. In addition, Snowy Owl Coffee Roasters and By-the-Bay Designs are sponsoring clean-up efforts in Brewster, while town organizations and recycling committees are partnering with Sustainable Practices in several other towns.

"This year's event builds on our first All-Cape Cleanup and we are excited to have the level of interest, participation, and sponsorship we have already received. The success of this event is in the community building and the coming together of community members across the Cape to meet and work together to steward our environmental commons," said Madhavi Venkatesan, executive director of Sustainable Practices.

See the clickable chart below for cleanup locations in all 12 towns. A final list will be posted no later than Sept. 21 on the Sustainable Practices website: sustainablepracticesltd.org, its Facebook page, as well as on the COASTSWEEP website: mass.gov/coastsweep.

About Sustainable Practices

Sustainable Practices is a Barnstable County focused environmental action group. We work across all 15 towns in Barnstable County to facilitate a network to support environmental quality for our residents, visitors and fundamentally, the ecosystem on which we are dependent and of which we are all a part. The overarching mission of Sustainable Practices is to facilitate a culture of sustainability as defined by reducing the human-made impact to the planet and its ecosystems.


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