Our Project Stewardship teens and young adults will enjoy a boat trip with an Operation Splash Captain Anthony Vecchione and crew to clean marine debris from the South Shore Bay inlets. Operation Splash is a volunteer-based organization dedicated to improving the quality of Long Island’s south shore bays, waterways, and beaches. Operation Splash members actively carry out this mission through marine debris cleanups, advocacy efforts, and STEM-based education programs for schools and universities. Register soon as boat capacity is limited.
Since its founding in 1990, Operation Splash members have removed more than three million pounds of trash from local waters and their work has influenced environmental legislation aimed at improving marine environments. Through intentional action and advocacy, Operation Splash believes that the south shore can be preserved for wildlife and Long Islander’s alike to enjoy for generations to come. Our young people have embarked on this journey before and are partaking on it again by request. Join us!
If you are already a member of our Project Stewardship program, please register using the “Member” registration below. If you would like to become a member, please add both the “Project Stewardship Program” and “Member” registration to your cart. If you would simply like to join us for a single session, please purchase the “Standard” registration below. You can then add additional sessions to your cart.