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Apr052018

Volunteer for the 2018 Earth Day Cleanup!

Show up at any of 37 Earth Day Cleanup sites on April 21, 9:30 am-noon to help beautify Minneapolis

2017 Earth Day Lake Harriet

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (MPRB), along with the City of Minneapolis, are proud to host the 24th annual Minneapolis Earth Day Cleanup event on Saturday, April 21, 2018, 9:30 am – noon. 

The Earth Day Cleanup takes place at 37 sites throughout the city, making it the largest community service project in Minneapolis and. Since 2008, more than 19,000 residents have removed more than 158,000 pounds of garbage. A special thank you goes out to 2018 Earth Day Cleanup sponsors Minnesota Lottery, Budget Dumpster and Continental Cement for supporting this important community event.

Volunteers are needed to help pick up trash polluting our parks, neighborhoods and watersheds! It’s free to participate and no registration is required, just choose a site and show up. Bring gloves if you can, otherwise a site coordinator will provide a pair.

Find a detailed list of cleanup sites and more information at www.minneapolisearthday.com or call 612-230-6479.

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