The Gulf Beach Masonic Lodge, No. 291, joined the Keep Pinellas Beautiful Adopt-A-Mile Program.
Keep Pinellas Beautiful
After nearly a quarter-century, this dedicated beach cleanup volunteer is ready to hang up his trash picker, but he hopes people will still keep cleaning the beach.
Eckerd College students are working on an app to help people track their plastic use, with hopes to roll out the app sometime this summer. The St. Petersburg college received a grant from the EPA as well as local support from groups like Keep Pinellas Beautiful and Tampa Bay Watch.
The Childs Park Neighborhood Association and Keep Pinellas Beautiful sponsored a cleanup in Childs Park that bagged 359 pounds of trash.
For Gulfport Grassroots volunteers, keeping the city clean is its own reward, but at a recent cleanup, a Tutto Bene gift certificate helped to sweeten the deal.
Volunteers at the Great Clam Bayou Cleanup hauled some 470 pounds of trash out of the nature preserve on Saturday, March 20.
Gulfport Grassroots’ first-ever city wide clean-up on Saturday, November 14 was, according to founder and organizer Wolfgang Deininger, “a resounding success.”