The next town-wide cleanup will take place on Earth Day, Saturday, April 22. Volunteers are needed and community service credits are available for those who participate.
Participants cleaned more than 35 locations around the town, including town parks, beaches, streets and wooded areas, according to Deborah Wetzel, the chair of the committee.
The town's next cleanup event will take place on Saturday, April 23, in honor of Earth Day. Riverhead's Anti-Litter Committee is also looking for new members.
North Fork Environmental Council will hold an Earth Day 5K race/walk Sunday, April 28, at Indian Island County Park.
Show Mother Earth you love her by participating in one or more of the Earth Day activities planned for Sunday — check out some of the events here.
The Indian Island course, though flat, is challenging, as it starts out on pavement near the playground and transitions to an unpaved surface that is soft and sandy in many places as the course makes its way out to the point and back.
If you are a Riverhead student and don’t like seeing litter in our parks and on our beaches, this event is for you. The Riverhead...
Riverhead Charter School
The students of the Riverhead Charter School will be learning about environmental issues in the second annual Earth Day Festival.
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