Practice Social Distancing and Help Keep Our Waterways Clean!

From our friends at Puget Soundkeeper:

For Earth Month, the Puget Soundkeeper launched a Virtual Cleanup Campaign encouraging folks to incorporate a trash pick up during their routine walks, runs, bike rides, etc! 

Participating is simple:

  1. Bring a pair of gloves and bag with you on your next outing. Doubled up paper bags recommended.
  2. Collect trash.
  3. Take a selfie or picture of the trash you collect.
  4. Post the photo on your Instagram or Instagram story, and tag @PugetSoundkeeper with the hashtag #PSKVirtualCleanup. For inspiration, check out these sample posts.

The Puget SoundKeeper will repost these photos of solo cleanups on their story to inspire a virtual community of cleanup heroes! Check out the Puget Soundkeeper Instagram for more #PSKVirtualCleanup photos.

Puget Soundkeeper, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, serves to protect and preserve the waters of Puget Sound. They monitor Puget Sound water quality, help set strong policies and regulations that protect our waterways and our health, enforce environmental regulations, engage citizens and businesses in waterway cleanups and recovery projects, educate and involve the public in local water pollution issues, and partner with local and regional groups to advance solutions that protect Puget Sound. Visit their website.