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Sun, Jun 11


Gloria Miller Park

Looking Glass River Volunteer Clean Up

Friends of the looking glass is a non-profit organization that operates with help from volunteers. We are doing our best to keep our beautiful river clean and clear of any obstructions and accessible to all.

Looking Glass River Volunteer Clean Up

Time & Location

Jun 11, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM EDT

Gloria Miller Park, 13440 Wacousta Rd, Grand Ledge, MI 48837, USA


About the Event

Do you Have your own canoe or kayak?

Join us for a meaningful volunteering experience at the Looking Glass River Clean-Up event! 

The Looking Glass River, a significant tributary to the Grand River in central, Lower Michigan, deserves our attention and care.

We will gather at Gloria Miller Park at noon on June 11th, and the float will commence at 12:30. 

  • Make sure to bring your own kayak or canoe for a rewarding river adventure. 
  • Don't forget your water shoes to ensure comfort and safety throughout the clean-up. 
  • Remember to pack water, snacks, and sunscreen to keep energized and protected under the sun.

During this event, we aim to spend approximately 3-4 hours on the float, dedicating our efforts to removing debris from the riverbed. 

Our dedicated team from Friends of the Looking Glass will provide and operate chainsaws and winches, enabling us to tackle any major blockages or impediments we encounter along the way. Additionally, trash grabbers will be available to assist in collecting floating debris such as trash, glass, and metal.

This river clean-up is open to individuals of all ages who share a passion for preserving our environment. Whether you're a Guild Member, a resident, a nature enthusiast, or someone looking to make a positive impact, we invite you to join us in this collective effort.

To learn more about the inspiring work carried out by Friends of the Looking Glass River, please visit their website by clicking here.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to contribute to the cleanliness and health of the Looking Glass River. 

Mark your calendars and come prepared for a fulfilling day of conservation and community!

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