Potomac Watershed Clean-Up Day

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Saturday, April 20th, 2024

Register now to participate in this year’s annual Potomac Watershed Clean-up Day!

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Join the Washington Metro Chapter Community Associations Institute as we do our part to clean up the Potomac Watershed and positively impact the communities where we work and live.

Please volunteer and make this event a success! Pre-registration is required. There is limited space available at each site. Following local guidelines, social distancing will be in place and masks will be required.

Locations: Various locations in the Washington Metro DC Area. The site can be chosen during the registration process. See the preliminary locations already organized below. TO REGISTER A SITE PLEASE CLICK HERE TO FILL OUT THE FORM.

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Virginia Sites

  • Quarterpath Trace Community Center
  • Ashburn Village Community Association
  • Howard E. Herman Stream Valley Park
  • Arrowood Homeowners Association
  • Cameron Station
  • Dunbarton Community Association
  • Greenbriar Commons Park
  • Lansdowne on the Potomac
  • Potomac Shores
  • Willcoxon Park/Thaiss Park/Mantua Park off Accotink Creek
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Maryland Sites

  • Woodlands at Urbana
  • Cryoden Creek
  • Multi-Site Urbana Highlands & Villages
  • Oak Creek Club
  • Woodlands at Urbana
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Washington, DC Sites

  • Southwest Waterfront Park


For more information contact:

Judith McNelis

Marisa Beam

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The Alice Ferguson Foundation was established in 1954 as a non-profit organization chartered in the state of Maryland. The Alice Ferguson Foundation’s educational programs unite students, educators, park rangers, communities, regional organizations, and government agencies throughout the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area to promote the environmental sustainability of the Potomac River watershed.


The Alice Ferguson Foundation’s mission is to connect people to the natural world, sustainable agricultural practices, and the cultural heritage of their local watershed through education, stewardship, and advocacy.