West Ashley Bikeway/Greenway Cleanup

Sunday, March 4, 2018
Bikeway meet up location: Forest Park Playground (780 Playground Road)
Greenway meet up location: Greenway and Coburg Road Intersection
10am — 12pm: Bikeway + Greenway Litter Sweep
12pm — 2pm: Brunch + Brews

Join Charleston Moves, Charleston Waterkeeper, Keep Charleston Beautiful, Lowcountry Land Trust, Charles Towne Fermentory, Community Yoga and Desayuno Charleston on Sunday, March 4 for a spring community cleanup of the West Ashley Bikeway and Greenway!

From 10am to noon, we will work in teams to tackle the litter from all angles. To clean the West Ashley Bikeway, meet at Forest Park Playground (780 Playground Road). To clean the West Ashley Greenway, meet at the intersection of the Greenway and Coburg Road. Collectively, we’ll clean these two major West Ashley assets, so the community can enjoy walking, running and biking throughout the spring season. At noon, we will head to Charles Towne Fermentory, just off the Greenway in Avondale, for a selection of tasty brews and Mexican-inspired brunch by Desayuno Charleston.

SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER: charlestonwaterkeeper.org/volunteer
All cleanup materials will be provided. Please wear closed-toe shoes and clothing you don’t mind getting dirty. A big THANK YOU and round of applause to our amazing community partners, who are generously
contributing to the event!
• Volunteer for the cleanup and receive a FREE pass to Community Yoga!

• Charles Towne Fermentory and Desayuno Charleston are generously donating to Charleston Moves for this event: $1 per delicious pint sold and $2 per "Charleston Moves burrito" sold chipotle smoked jackfruit, black beans, pico de gallo and avocado rolled in a warm flour tortilla (cheese and meat optional)!

About the hosting organizations and partners:
Charleston Moves encourages mobility by bicycle and on foot for the improved health and well-being of greater Charleston – our people, neighborhoods, business districts and overall economic competitiveness. Join the movement and support our work by visiting CharlestonMoves.org!

Charleston Waterkeeper’s mission is to protect and restore Charleston’s waterways for our community and for future generations. We do this through our data-driven programs, advocacy campaigns, and by promoting wise stewardship decisions through education and outreach activities.

Keep Charleston Beautiful works year-round with dedicated groups of volunteers to help remove litter from the City’s roadways, public parks, and marshes. In addition to these cleanup efforts, Keep Charleston Beautiful also provides programming which is aimed at ending littering, beautifying our public spaces, and reducing landfill waste through augmented recycling and composting practices.

Lowcountry Land Trust is a local land conservation organization that is focused on protecting ecologically, agriculturally and historically significant Lowcountry lands – and the way of life they make possible. We are driven by a shared understanding that if we fail to protect these treasured lands, we will not get them back. Visit lowcountrylandtrust.org to learn more and get involved.

Charles Towne Fermentory has established itself as a true neighborhood brewery in Avondale. With a focus on great beer and community, The Fermentory has become a place where friends, old and new, can meet to share ideas, support local causes, and discover new local artisans. Or just enjoy a delicious beer!

Community Yoga: Where all are welcome to discover their true selves, empower muscle and mind through motion and method, and unite with the body, soul and community. Our mission is to provide a space for everyone to gather from different parts of the community with a common pursuit - discovery, empowerment and unity. ONE MAT. ONE PRACTICE. ONE GATHERING AT A TIME.

Desayuno Charleston: Caitlin Holbrook is the chef and owner of Desayuno, a popup restaurant in Charleston, South Carolina. Originally from Maryland, Caitlin has trained, worked, and led in top restaurants in Washington, DC and Baltimore. She draws inspiration from the diverse cooking techniques of those who work behind the scenes in these restaurants and from many years of leading outstanding brunch services.