Guam Green Growth supports Sirena Festival with Oceanside cleanup

In support of the first ever Sirena Festival, Guam Green Growth organized an Oceanside Cleanup to start off the festivities.

Members of the Guam Green Growth, UOG Sea Grant, Guam NSF EPSCoR, UOG Center for Island Sustainability, NSF INCLUDES SEAS Islands Alliance and Micronesia Challenge teams joined community volunteers for the cleanup which started in the main Paseo park and expanded outwards in both directions.

Vice-Speaker of the 36th Guam Legislature Tina Muña Barnes welcomed and thanked supporters for taking the time out of their weekend to help our island. 

She said that taking care of our island is a job we all must do and noted how grateful she was for the community support for the matter.

The cleanup was the second for the week for the Guam Green Growth Conservation Corps, who completed a village cleanup the morning before in Sinajana as a part of their weekly island beautification schedule.

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