Earth day is coming up on Friday, April 22 this year and the people of Ewing, NJ are doing their part to help where they can.

The Ewing Green Team is teaming up in one of the local parks in town and doing a massive cleanup in the spirit of Earth Day. Moody Park is the destination for the Green Team on Saturday, April 23 and they’re encouraging members of the community to join them too.

If you think you’re interested in helping out, you are required to pre-register. The link for it is HERE and you can scan the QR code with your phone and it will redirect you to the website to sign up.

The cleanup is starting at 10:30 am and ends at noon, and the best part about it is all you need to bring is yourself! The Green Team is going to have trash bags, disposable gloves, hand sanitizer, and other supplies on-site that’ll be available for use.

These types of cleanups are so important for the environment, and also are such a great way to get involved within your community.

Earth day is a big day for environmental clean-ups throughout the world. It’s estimated that over one billion people contribute to protecting the environment in some way on the holiday every year.

Along with joining the cleanup, The Ewing Green Team has a lot of information posted on their website that can really give you a good place to start when it comes to participating in helping out this Earth Day.

If you’re looking to give back to the community and the environment, then make sure you register to take part in the clean-up with the rest of the Ewing Township community.

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