Volunteers are currently being recruited for an upcoming beach clean-up in Rodanthe and northern Hatteras Island, per a recent announcement from the non-profit organization Outer Banks Forever
“As you may have seen in the news, two unoccupied houses collapsed into the ocean in Rodanthe yesterday, creating a large debris field along Cape Hatteras National Seashore,” stated the organization in an update. “We are working with our National Park [Service] staff to coordinate a beach cleanup effort on Hatteras Island in the coming days, once road and weather conditions improve.”
In the meantime, visitors and local residents who want to help with the initiative can sign up in advance by joining the Outer Banks Forever Volunteer List.
Outer Banks Forever will notify volunteers of the time and location of the upcoming cleanup as soon as those details are confirmed.
Outer Banks Forever is the official nonprofit partner of the Outer Banks’ three national parks – Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Wright Brothers National Memorial and Fort Raleigh National Historic Site.