Stay informed about the latest news from the Trash Free Waters program and our program partners with our electronic newsletter!
The Trash Free Waters program distributes ‘The Flow’ electronically to our many project partners and other interested stakeholders.
‘The Flow’ highlights important work that is happening at the local, state, national, and international levels.
Each issue is packed with information on current activities, upcoming events, and project funding opportunities related to trash prevention and reduction.
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The Flow of Trash Free Waters – January 2018 (PDF)(6 pp, 2 MB,
Microplastics research; hurricane recovery in Puerto Rico; fishing line collection and recycling; Washington DC Trash Summit; regional strategy to address balloon release litter; TFW workshop in Panama; environmental justice grants to tribal communities in the Pacific Northwest; plus news, events, funding opportunities, conferences, and more!
The Flow of Trash Free Waters – August 2017 (PDF)(8 pp, 1 MB,
Get featured in the National Great Practices Compendium, grassroots conservation group and two new skimmer boats work to protect the Anacostia River, Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Free Rivers, Mid-Atlantic Regional Planning Body (RPB) public meetings, partnering with the Urban Waters and National Estuary Programs, Trash Free Trinity River, news, events, funding opportunities, conferences, contests, and more!
The Flow of Trash Free Waters – November 2016 (PDF)(7 pp, 1 MB,
Ocean conference III, microplastics, Peru, Peace Corps, Urban Waters Initiative, Galveston, Baltimore, Puerto Rico, grant opportunities, student contests, trash, litter, and more.
The Flow of Trash Free Waters – July 2016 (PDF)(6 pp, 617 K,
National Workshop, 'Aguas Sin Basura' in Panama, Improved Website, NYC B.Y.O. Bag Bill, Trash Free Trinity River Basin, TFW in Puerto Rico, Aquatic Trash Prevention Great Practices, Gulf States Litter Control Policies and Programs