57 Days til The Biggest Clean-Up/Green-Up Revival in 50 Years

SATURDAY AUGUST 27, 2022

Join & Be Counted - One Day -- One Movement

With Your Help We Will Reach

10,000 + VOLUNTEERS AGAIN

 

CLEAN-UP PROJECTS

GREEN-UP PROJECTS

 

 

Thank you for volunteering with ZAP 50

Now it's time to start building our teams and choose your project site.

 

Below are some sites we have identified that need volunteers. By signing up ahead of time for a specific site, we can spread out all our volunteers' efforts to accomplish the biggest amount in one day.

 

Grab your family, friends, co-workers and get everyone involved to ZAP: Zero Away Pollution in our communities.

 

PROJECT SITE LISTING

this listing will continue to be updated as more locations are identified

 

Volunteers:

#1 -- Consider adopting one of the spots on the list.

 

As you will see, some projects are being managed by a group or individual seeking volunteers. Sign up directly on their link if applicable. Their organizer will keep in touch with you directly.

 

Otherwise, adopt any sites that are currently open. Just let us know which site by filling out the form below.

 

 

Adopting a Site on the List

 
 

#2 -- Do you have another location in mind? Add a spot you see that is in need. We do not know all the needed areas, so just let us know and we will put you down as taking care of that spot.

 

Adopting A New Site In Need

 
 

#3 -- Have a few questions or comments? Send over an email and/or phone number so we can answer them for you.

 

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SAVE THESE DATES

 

Clean-Up & Green-Up Day - August 27, 2022

Two state (RI & MA) watershed- wide day to help our environment. We are

CLEANING - removing litter & debris left anywhere we see in our community, & GREENING - beautifying and improving areas for all to enjoy.

 

 

Celebration Event on September 10, 2022

Old Slater Mill National Historic Landmark

Celebrate the work that has been done over the last 50 years, and reinvigorate the environmental movement of the 1970's.

 

 

Volunteer

 

Join the growing list of those who committed on August 27th:

We want you to join us!!

UNIBank, GZA GeoEnvironmental, RI Canoe & Kayak Assoc., Atrium on Main, The Empowerment Factory, RI Monthly, Blackstone Valley RVT High School & Save the Bay are just a few.

 

Sponsor

 

A few of our wonderful sponsors that support efforts

to improve our environment.

Cadillac Mills, Restored Waters RI, Dunkin Dan's Management Co., DELL, RI DEM, Washington Trust & Schnitzer Steel.

 

 

ZAP the Blackstone 50th Revival

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401-724-2200

website: ZaptheBlackstone.com

 

 

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