Age Minimum (with Adult):1+, Minimum Age:14+
Crane Beach Earth Day Clean-Up 2018
Join The Trustees and members of the Ipswich community in an Earth Day beach clean-up! Sunday, April 22, 2018. Bring your family, your friends, classmates and kick off the Spring by helping clean the beach.
Crane Beach is managed for both recreation and conservation – people and ecology – through careful planning. More than five miles of trails wind through coastal dunes here, which shield inland areas from storm waves and flooding. And, Castle Neck is the site of the North Shore’s largest pitch pine forest.
Crane Beach is also among the world’s most important nesting sites for piping plovers, a threatened bird that was nearly hunted to extinction in the 19th century for its eggs and feathers. Crane Beach has been nationally recognized for its successful shorebird protection program. To protect these threatened shorebirds, we ask that you avoid the fenced nesting areas and the wrack, the line of washed-up organic debris where the birds feed and hide.
Contact Marc Mahan for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org
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