The money will allow the town to host hands-on, family-friendly events and programs such as clean-ups, beautification efforts, recycling programs and environmental educational events.
Kim Jones, water quality manager, said in a news release the town will use to grant to pay for supplies needed for the 13th Annual May River Cleanup and Earth Day Celebration scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon April 27 at the Oyster Factory Park.
Bluffton is one of 18 communities nationwide to receive the grant.
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