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Mississippi Coastal Cleanup 2017

Publication Number: P3188
View as PDF: P3188.pdf

Since 1988, thousands of volunteers have gathered each fall to remove millions of pounds of trash from Mississippi’s coastline, waterways, and barrier islands. Additionally, these volunteers help collect data that are used to categorize the major sources of marine debris entering the coastal environment.

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Department: Coastal Marine Extension Program

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Authors

Portrait of Dr. Eric L. Sparks
Asst Ext Professor & Director
coastal conservation and restoration, living shorelines, marine debris, environmental stewards

Your Extension Experts

Portrait of Dr. Beth Harlander Baker
Assistant Extension Professor
Portrait of Dr. James Marcus Drymon
Assistant Extension Professor
Portrait of Mr. Thomas Martin Hegwood
Assistant Extension Professor
Portrait of Dr. Eric L. Sparks
Asst Ext Professor & Director
coastal conservation and restoration, living shorelines, marine debris, environmental stewards