Potomac Watershed Trash Summit
October 18, 2013
Trash Summit Background
The Potomac Watershed Trash Summit is a gathering of key stakeholders to educate, dialogue, plan and take action on strategies that lead to a Trash Free Potomac Watershed. This event provides a venue for elected officials, citizens and youth leadership to collaborate on strategies to eliminate trash from our waterways, communities, streets and public lands – including regional public policy, model Best Management Practices, business actions, and public education.
The Alice Ferguson Foundation (AFF) is coordinating this effort to address our serious regional trash problem from a watershed-wide approach in collaboration with a diverse network of key leaders and decision makers on federal, state, local and non-governmental They collectively showed support and commitment to work together to address this important issue.
Read the Summary of the 2012 Trash Summit here.
Thank you to our 2013 sponsors:
Additional Sponsors: Starbucks Foundation; J.P. Morgan;DC Water; Washington Metropolitan Area Corporate Counsel Association; Chesapeake Bay Roasting Company; adn Kohl’s.