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October 2022

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San Clemente T-Street Beach Clean Up 10/22

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We had an awesome turnout at our Project3R beach clean up this past weekend in San Clemente and we picked up 140lbs of trash! Thank you to my school and to everyone that came to help and also to our event sponsors for the raffle prizes. After our event, I was happy to jump on a live video with our friends at AO Latinoamérica who were also doing a beach clean up in Ensenada. They picked up 233lbs of trash!

Project3R was founded last year to organize events like this and to provide community education and environmental awareness. Please follow my Project3R social media pages to see what we’re all doing together to make a difference. If you can’t make an event and want to help support our organization, you can donate at project3r.com.
See you all at the next event!

Project3R Apparel launch!

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I’m so excited – we just launched our Project3R apparel on the site. Pick up a hat, hoodie or a shirt in a bunch of different design combinations. Two great things about the new gear. First, it’s all made from recycled water bottles in the material AND all the proceeds from the sales go to Project3R to help fund community clean up and education events. We’re going to be adding new gear over time so check back often to see what we’ve got in the online store. We ship internationally.

Ryan Speaks at CIE in Bogota, Colombia!

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I had a great time speaking at the CIE Colombia Youth Entrepreneur Event last week! I met some new friends and enjoyed hanging out with all the kids at the event. I even got to speak one of the days there to students at the University of La Sabana! It rained every day we were there, I tried new food from Colombia and I took a tour of a salt mine that was really cool.  I hope I get to go back again someday. I had a great time. Unfortunately, my mom got altitude sickness so she wasn’t feeling very good for half of our trip. She’s better now that we’re home. Thank you CIE for hosting us!