America’s Plastics MakersTM are partnering with Save the Bay (Narragansett Bay) on the City of Warwick Shoreline Trash Reduction & Prevention project. This initiative will focus on 4 areas with chronic shoreline trash and marine litter issues to reduce littering.
Rocky Point at sunset.
Cleanup volunteer around Rocky Point carries trash to collection point.
Oakland Beach cleanup volunteers fan out across beach area.
Oakland Beach cleanup check-in point where volunteers receive instructions before getting to work.
Conimicut Point view at sunset.
Volunteer picks up cigarette butt litter around Conimicut Point.
A view across Salter Grove.
Salter Grover cleanup volunteers gather for a picture.
Rocky Point cleanup volunteers work together to collect litter in a marsh area.
- Oakland Beach: a wide, sandy municipal beach on the Bay with grassy common areas
- Conimicut Point Recreation Area: a multipurpose recreation area has boat access, fishing spots, picnic areas, several rights-of-way, and wonderful views of Narragansett Bay
- Rocky Point State Park: the state’s newest coastal state park with rocky coastline, a beach, and walking path
- Salter’s Grove Fishing Area: a small coastal park that includes a short loop trail that leads to the shore, access for kayaks, and is a bustling site for anglers and fishermen
This program launched in early 2017. More information coming soon!