Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge Volunteers to Clean Up Outpost

Sendler Education Outpost clean up. (Photo by Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge)
Sendler Education Outpost clean up. (Photo by Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge)

MELBOURNE, Florida – On Sunday, June 17, 2018, at 9 a.m., more than 40 volunteers of the International WeLoveU Foundation (WeLoveU) will clean the Sendler Education Outpost, in partnership with the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge.

The Outpost hosts environment education activities and programs.

The volunteers will collect debris and clear the sides by removing weeds and cutting overgrown grass. Their goal is to create a clean and safe environment for classes that visit the outpost.

The effort is part of WeLoveU’s Clean WORLD Movement, a worldwide effort to raise awareness of the importance of environmental protection in the face of climate change.

For more information on the International WeLoveU Foundation, visit weloveuusa.org.

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