Our eco-warriors act on World Cleanup Day was a big success with help of 17 people – we collected 90 bags with big stuff (bicycles). We attacked same area of last week, where most of areas are still covered by high grasses, so some of us have to crawl into the bush. We were lucky as the tide was low. Some areas were not too dirty, so we were spread out to several areas. This is what we do usually, but it was good to make us a part of global eco activities! Thank you all for coming and helping us today!
Special thanks to Jambo Leader David and Miki, for co-leading the event and support, Pradi Shigari and Tomomi Otsuka for sharing pictures. We missed you, James Gibbs!
Fourteen volunteers collected 118 bags of trash at today’s Arakawa River clean up at ...
Tokyo River Friends was founded in early 2017 by members of Jambo International in order to focus on regular monthly clean ups of Tokyo area rivers, which was an expansion of several clean up events per year that Jambo had been doing for two decades as part of its broader environmental activities.