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The Q and A: local cleanup volunteer opportunities

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The Washington, D.C. area has plenty of parks and public spaces to clean up. A local resident posted on Reddit Wednesday looking for opportunities to pitch in and help clean up the city. 

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Clean up events in/near DC from washingtondc

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Here's what we found:

Saturday, the Anacostia Watershed Society is hosting a restoration workday at Kingman Island in Northeast D.C. Their goal is to remove invasive honey suckle plants to make room for a picnic area overlooking the Anacostia River.  

On Sunday, The Earth Ethics Action Team is partnering with Sunday Ethical Education for Kids (SEEK) to host a stream cleanup. They'll be hauling trash out of the lower part of Portal Branch of Rock Creek Park. 

Next weekend, on October 18th, the Rock Creek Conservancy is hosting a trash clean-up in Meadowbrook Park in Chevy Chase. 

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