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Jan 11, 2013


Almost three months since Superstorm Sandy ravaged scores of shore communities in New Jersey and New York, residents and municipalities are still struggling with the job of digging out and rebuilding their homes, towns and coastal environments.
 

Fortunately, there has been no shortage of people willing to pitch in to help and a New Jersey environmental organization has taken up the challenge of matching eager volunteers with needy projects.
 

Clean Ocean Action
 has launched Waves of Action For the Shorea year's worth of volunteer projects, educational events and environmental restorations. It's also established a valuable web site (ForTheShore.org) where homeowners and towns can register cleanup projects and volunteers can learn about project dates, locations, numbers of workers needed, and the type of work involved.
 

In this interview,
Tavia Danch, Education Coordinator for Clean Ocean Action, talks about her organization's wide-scale volunteer effort with EnviroPolitics Editor Frank Brill