“In September of 2019, the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Nature Coast Biological Station had a successful Cedar Key Beach Clean-Up. According to IFAS, the most common item picked up at the last event was tiny plastic, followed by cigarette butts and tiny foam.
The organization says, more than 19,000 individual pieces of trash were collected and placed in more than 110 trash bags. 6 miles of shoreline was cleaned and IFAS says, that most volunteers were on foot and others were on boats.”
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