Ramla Bay guided walk and clean-up with Friends of the Earth Malta
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This Sunday Friends of the Earth Malta are holding their third event in the series of educational walks in Natura 2000 sites around Gozo.
The beautiful beach of Ramla l-Hamra is the next site they will be visiting, and participants have the opportunity to enjoy a guided short walk at the sand dunes, by Gaia Foundation volunteers, to understand how sand dunes are formed and their importance in the ecosystem at Ramla bay.
There will also be a walking clean up along the way, so that you leave the area even more beautiful then it was before.
FoE Malta said that to follow there will be a hands on microplastics clean up workshop and a discussion around how marine plastics and beach litter are affecting both this and other beaches locally.
They will also explore the Life of Plastics, therefore the use of plastics and everyday actions to reduce it.
Friends of the Earth Malta is inviting everyone to join them on this 3-hour clean-up activity and discussion this coming Sunday, the 30th of September, starting at 3:30pm – meeting point is in front of the police station at Ramla Bay.
Although the workshop is completely free of charge, FoE Malta said that they are asking for a deposit of €5 which is returnable.
FoE Malta said that they will supply you with what you need to participate in all the activities of the event. Just book a space through the form which can be found online by clicking here.