In this month's issue, we have:
- Upcoming Events
- Adopt-A-Park @ Indian River Park - Sat, 4/10 (Rain date 4/17)
- Virtual Monthly Meeting - Living Shorelines - Thurs, 4/15
- Future Dates
- Other News
- Action Alert: Proposed zoning change for Used Car Dealership
- Holiday "Main Street" Event Planning Committee
- Indian River Small Area Plan status
- Great American Cleanup results
- Conservation Landscape Funding
at Rokeby Ave. and Main St. (2001 Rokeby Ave.) which is located just south of Military Highway, i.e. across Military Highway from the Fire Station.
Participants under 18 years of age must have adult supervision.
All participants should follow Covid-19 safety precautions. If you are sick or have been exposed to someone with Covid-19 please stay home and contact your doctor's office for care and proper quarantine procedures. Masks must be worn properly during the cleanup. Strive to maintain a minimum physical distance of six feet from others not in your household. Wear gloves during the cleanup and sanitize your hands before removing your mask and/or touching your face
To speed up registration and improve social distancing at the start of the cleanup, please review and complete the online safety release form at least one day before the event.
Rain date: April 17
Location: Zoom Meeting, Pre-register
- Monthly Meeting - Joe Rieger, Elizabeth River Project speaking on Living Shorelines - Thurs, 5/20
- Clean the Bay Day - Indian River Park, Sat, 6/5
- Monthly Meeting - Topic TBD - Thurs, 6/17
Thank you to the volunteers who came the Great American Cleanup at the Indian River Library and School Campus organized by the Chesapeake Environmental Improvement Council - CEIC and Green Drinks Chesapeake in late March. A couple of dozen volunteers spent Saturday morning removing about 800 lb. of trash and debris, or more, from the areas around the schools, library, and around the lake, making a major improvement in the situation.