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09/15 - Beach Sweep

posted Sep 21, 2012, 2:15 PM by Vice President EWB LSU   [ updated Oct 2, 2012, 2:29 PM by Sean Rielly ]


    On Saturday, the 15th of September, 17 members of the LSU Chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA made the drive out to Lacombe, Louisiana to help pick up litter from Bayou Lacombe and the lakefront of Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge.


Description: Every year The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service partners with the Friends of Louisiana Wildlife Refuges, Inc. and the Lake Pontchartrain basin Foundation to clean up waterways and beaches around the Lake Pontchartrain Basin. Volunteers are needed on the Northshore to clean Bayou Lacombe and the lakefront of Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge. Litter will be picked up by foot and canoe. All equipment will be provided.

Pictured above (right): Jaren Rachel, Cami Johnson, Giovanni Coakley, and Jennifer Grunder
Not pictured: Duyen Nguyen, Greg Anderson, Ian Cuffy, Daniel Alt, Amiel Kirtikar, Erika Johnston, Isaiah Woodson, Jay Hunt, Alan Tipton, Zach Sirera, and Dallas Amond


For more information on this event, please contact vicepresident@ewblsu.com.
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