North Carolina Divisions of Marine Fisheries and Air Quality employees Wednesday afternoon collected 1,500 pounds of debris on Carrot Island, part of the Rachel Carson Reserve in Beaufort. The cleanup was held in honor of National Volunteer Week and Earth Month.
Cleanup participants are front row, from left, Chase Katechis, Nancy Fish, and Dana Gillikin, and second row, from left, Allen Stewart, Leslie Hester, David Harwood with DAQ, Jacob Boyd, Amanda Hewes and Debbie Manley. Photo: North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries.
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