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Respect Jamaica Bay Cleanup at Dubos Point Wildlife Sanctuary

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Dubos Point Wildlife Sanctuary

Beach 65th St.

Bayfield Ave

Arverne, NY 11692

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Join JBRPC, Surfrider Foundation - NYC Chapter, and NYC Audubon for a cleanup at Dubos Point Wildlife Sanctuary.

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Be part of the Respect Campaign and join the Jamaica Bay-Rockaway Parks Conservancy, Surfrider Foundation - NYC Chapter, and NYC Audubon for a beach and marsh cleanup at Dubos Point Wildlife Sanctuary. The Dubos Point Wildlife Sanctuary is an important natural area in Jamaica Bay, it’s salt marshes provide habitat for local wildlife and migratory birds and help clean our waterways. Join us as we remove debris from this important wetland!

 In order to ensure your health and safety, please make sure to follow the socially distant volunteer guidelines found at jbrpc.org/volunteer along with local, state and federal guidance related to COVID-19. Masks and hand sanitizer will be available.

Gloves, bags, tools will be provided. Volunteers are encouraged to wear weather appropriate clothing and sturdy, closed-toe shoes, and bring their own water and sunscreen. Event is rain or shine.

Please review the Socially Distant Volunteer Guidelines before registering and only register if you are healthy and able to attend. Questions? Email info@jbrpc.org.

This event is supported, in part, by Council Member Selvena Brooks-Powers and the State of New York.


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Dubos Point Wildlife Sanctuary

Beach 65th St.

Bayfield Ave

Arverne, NY 11692

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Organizer Jamaica Bay-Rockaway Parks Conservancy

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The Jamaica Bay-Rockaway Parks Conservancy (JBRPC) is a public-private partnership established in 2013 that is dedicated to improving the 10,000 acres of public parkland throughout Jamaica Bay and the Rockaway Peninsula for local residents and visitors alike. With its partners at the National Park Service, the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation and the New York State Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation JBRPC works to expand public access; increase recreational and educational opportunities; foster citizen stewardship and volunteerism; preserve and restore natural areas, including wetland and wildlife habitat; enhance cultural resources; and ensure the long-term sustainability of the parklands. For more information please visit www.jbrpc.org.

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