The first Beach Cleanup Network activity of 2017 took place on Saturday, January 14, the 32nd event of its kind since it began, with the Isla de Mexcaltitán adding more volunteers to its ranks.
“The positive effect continues to ripple out,” said Marc Murphy, Managing Director of the Riviera Nayarit Convention and Visitors Bureau. “The work of these groups has been slow but steady. It’s interesting to point out there are usually about 15 groups working on each cleanup, but there are more than 20—some can work on certain days but not on others. For example, the . . .