RECAP: G3 Conservation Corps Week One
I Recycle's Peggy Denney taught the crew about the do's and don't of recycling
Recycling starts with sorting
A lot of sorting
First day cleanup along the roadside in Mangilao
Gotta keep our roadways clean
Shoutout to the Mangilao Mayor's Office for their support.
Conservation Corps member Joey Certeza begins work on a mural in East Hagatna.
Members help with the painting.
There is plenty to do to get the mural finished.
Ending the week with a beachside cleanup!
Ed Dali does his part to save our sealife.
You'd be surprised what we found even in the water at the beach.
Working together to get the job done.
Thanks to the LT for stopping by to show support.
Week One was action packed for the first cohort of members for the Guam Green Growth Conservation Corps!
Following orientation, the crew took it to the streets with a roadside cleanup along with the Mangilao Mayor’s Office.
They also learned about recycling and got to put that knowledge to work as they helped Peggy Denney from the IRecycle program sort out various bins around the island.
The team also began work on a mural in East Hagatna and finished off their first three days with a beachside clean up from the Alupang Beach Tower to Paseo.
It was a shortened week as the group started officially on Wednesday, but they sure did get a lot done.
Stay tuned to see what else they accomplish and how you can help.