Beach Clean-up at Percival River, Alaska

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Join Island Nature Trust staff and volunteers for a shoreline clean-up at our Percival River natural area in Alaska.

Event registration is mandatory due to COVID-19 restrictions. However, participation is not obligatory.


Of all trash, plastic rubbish has the greatest potential to harm the environment, wildlife and humans. It can be found floating at the surface, suspended in the water column, or on the bottom of almost all water bodies. It is transported by rivers to the ocean, where it moves with the currents, and is often eaten by birds and fish, concentrating toxic chemicals in their tissues, and filling their stomachs, causing them to starve. Plastic aquatic debris is much more than a mere aesthetic problem.

Please help us to remove this harmful plastic as well as other items of rubbish from our coastline. There are two properties we wish to target in September. The first clean-up on Thursday 10th is the recently acquired Percival River property in Alaska. It is one of the least developed watersheds in PEI and the largest unbroken ribbon of saltmarsh in PEI - host to a rich and diverse habitat for vulnerable wildlife.

We will supply gloves and bags. Participants should bring a hat, and water. Feel free to bring a lunch and enjoy a picnic on the beautiful clean beach afterwards!
Note: Gloves and bags will be provided.


On Route 138 (Beaton Road) East of Derby, take Route 170 (Brae Harbour Road) and follow the road to its end point. Find a parking space by the side of the road.

GPS Coordinates: 46.594175, -64.144777

September 10th, 2020 10:00 AM
1625 PE-170
Coleman, PE C0B 1H0

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