Source to Sea River Clean Up

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Each Fall a large group of enthusiastic volunteers pitch in to help clean up the Ashuelot River in Keene and Swanzey and Beaver Brook in Keene as part of the Connecticut River Watershed Council’s “Source to Sea Cleanup”. 

This event is made possible with the partnership of The City of Keene, The Ashuelot River Local Advisory Council, The Cheshire County Conservation District, Keene State College, Moosewood Ecological, The Keene Young Professionals, and Keene State College, NH Water Works Association Young Professionals, and The Harris Center for Conservation Education.

Thank you to all who came out to safely participate in our
2021 Source to Sea River Clean Up!

On September 24th, 25th, and 26th, 2021 a large group of enthusiastic volunteers pitched in to help clean up the Ashuelot River in Keene, Swanzey, and Winchester. Volunteers also cleaned up Beaver Brook in Keene as part of the Connecticut River Conservancy’s 25th Annual Source to Sea River Cleanup!

We would like to thank the amazing group of volunteers this year! Thank you for getting your hands dirty, to make our rivers clean!

There was a group of students and staff from Keene High School, as well as a group from Keene State College! They were joined by individuals and families throughout the region for a total of over 70 volunteers! 

Thank you to all who volunteered!

We would like to thank the following groups for their support of the event in organizing and offering volunteers: Ashuelot River Local Advisory Committee (ARLAC), Cheshire County Conservation District, City of Keene, Keene State College, Moosewood Ecological, Harris Center for Conservation Education, NH Water Works Association Young Professionals, and the Winchester Conservation Commission.

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Our volunteers pulled approximately 1,653 lbs of trash!
Thank you! See you in September 2022!