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New meaning to “fun run" as jogging friends help river clean-up efforts

Plogging [picking up trash while jogging] group in Newburyport cleans up trails and Merrimack River shoreline at Maudslay State Park.

Photo by Samuel Zeller on Unsplash
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ACES supports increase public participation and engagement in local cleanup initiatives by promoting various volunteer opportunities within our communities.

ACES supports increased public participation and engagement in local cleanup initiatives by promoting various volunteer opportunities within our communities. One such effort by some members of Storm Surge and other ACES allies involves collecting trash along the shore just upriver from Maudslay State Park in Newburyport, MA. and carrying it out of the woods to a designated pickup spot. MA Dept. of Conservation and Recreation staff then pick up the trash for disposal.

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Ron Martino

After a career in Marketing for science and high tech based corporations, Ron is a member of the Marketing Communications Team of the Alliance of Climate and Environmental Stewards (ACES) where he often focuses on our communication strategies both in traditional and social media.

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