Last August, I blogged about the TD Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. Almost a year ago, concerned folks around Canada joined together to clean up our precious shorelines. Now's the time when everyone is gearing up to take part again. To date, over 1,000 shorelines across Canada are registered to receive a face lift from concerned Canadians in September. Mary Desjardins, Executive Director, TD Friends of the Environment Foundation, estimates that 150,000 kilograms of garbage will be picked up this year. Plastic, one of the worst environmental offenders, is a great threat to marine life and tons of it are recovered from shoreline cleanups each year. If you think about the garbage strikes going on in these parts, and Windsor, you can imagine how much it has affected our beautiful bodies of water. The TD Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup is a great way to get involved and show your concern for the environment. If you're interested in joining the 16th TD shoreline cleanup, or for more info visit www.tdgcsc.ca. Do you plan to take part this year? Don’t forget to enter my current contest. I’ll be announcing the winner this Friday!