On your marks, get set, clean up - Love the river? Stop dumping in it

By Adam Wright
Updated November 12 2012 - 7:59pm, first published March 3 2011 - 10:52am
LAST MONTH: Shoalhaven River campaigner Charlie Weir disposed of 35 bags of waste at Greys Beach in late January.
LAST WEEK: Riverwatch vice president Charlie Weir has plans to make a change to the Shoalhaven River on Clean Up Australia Day Sunday. He is pictured with volunteers from the National Green Jobs Corps from YWCA, Leroy Boota, Harley Campbell, Felicity Pinkard, Angi Castro, Nereena Vonkarparten, Jake Clarke with a load of rubbish collected last week.
YESTERDAY: Riverwatch vice president Charlie Weir with another full boatload of rubbish collected with the help of Green Jobs Corps members Leroy Boota, Brad Wakeford, Nereena Vonkarparten, Felicity Pinkard, Michael Jarrett and Joe Brown-McLeod at Greys Beach.



HIS connection with the Shoalhaven River seems unrivalled, but mangrove man Charlie Weir is doing his best to pass on his passion.

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