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Sun, Sep 26


Cedar Point, Durhamm NH

Cedar Point Beach Clean up

Join Laura Brown and Jess Blasko, two enthusiastic, environmentally conscious business owners on the beach at Cedar Point in Durham for a beach clean-up on September 26th at 10 AM. Jess is a trained, Blue Ocean Society beach clean-up volunteer and will be leading the clean up. 

Cedar Point Beach Clean up
Cedar Point Beach Clean up

Time & Location

Sep 26, 2021, 10:00 AM

Cedar Point, Durhamm NH, 40 Cedar Point Rd, Durham, NH 03824, USA

About the event

 We will meet at 10 AM at the Scammell Bridge Parking lot (eastbound on Rte. 4/Boston Harbor Rd.) in Durham to discuss the clean up, get organized and oriented, and start cleaning! Should take 1-2 hours. Any time you can donate is greatly appreciated. And you will feel great knowing we helped make a small part of the world cleaner and healthier.

All you need to bring is a pair of reusable gloves, water shoes/boots or any footwear you can get muddy and a phone with the Marine Debris Tracker app already downloaded to track the collected trash (this can be shared between volunteers when necessary). Optional supplies: sunscreen, water/snacks, clothing options, change of footwear). 

Learn more about the Blue Ocean Society here:

More about us:

Jessica Blasko is the founder and operator of The Refill Station in Portsmouth, NH. Her low waste ReFill shop has a mission to reduce our plastic footprint & provide sustainable, eco-friendly household products to our community. They are also working to create a collaborative space where customers/friends can; share their thoughts and ideas and learn more about; sustainable products, ideas and strategies to reduce waste and community initiatives to help protect the environment”.

Laura Brown is the owner and operator of Fox Point Oysters, an oyster farm in Little Bay, NH, dedicated to raising healthy, delicious oysters for serving on the half shell or including in your favorite recipe.  Oysters are not only delicious, they are nature’s engineers, creating three-dimensional underwater structures that create habitats and help quell currents. Oysters naturally filter water as they feed helping other species thrive by keeping the water clear, doing their part to care for their environment and community.  

Laura and Jess met years ago and have remained great friends, sharing common interests, goals and continually searching for ways to make their environments cleaner and safer for generations to come. 

Laura cleans up debris on this beach almost daily.  Her personal efforts to clean led her to partner with Jess Blasko to clean it up for real!  I hope this inspires you to keep on cleaning. I know I will join more efforts to do so in my surrounding communities. 

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