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Keep Chatt Clean with this local group

Introducing Keep Chatt Clean, a local initiative that promotes “leave no trace” principles + aims to keep Chattanooga beautiful.

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Join Chelsea, Cameron, and other volunteers every month for a cleanup.

Photo provided by Keep Chatt Clean

It’s no secret that we’re big fans of the Scenic City here at NOOGAtoday, and that means doing our part in helping to keep it beautiful.

Local author + content creator Chelsea Chatts and her husband Cameron recently launched Keep Chatt Clean, a volunteer group focused on trash and river cleanups, landscaping initiatives, and promoting “leave no trace” principles.

The group will meet on the second Saturday of every month at 10 a.m., with exceptions for unpredictable weather. The next meet-up will be this Saturday, July 13 in Renaissance Park. Note: Keep Chatt Clean will provide 25 trash pickers, gloves, trash bags, and a limited supply of buckets for volunteers.

Folks can receive the latest on volunteer events by signing up for the Chelsea Chatts newsletter, or you can reach Chelsea directly via email. Bonus: You can also share ideas and collaboration opportunities you’d like the group to explore.

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