Volunteers will join forces for a beach clean-up at Barry Buddon on Sunday.
Running from 10am-noon, the event is being held by Monifieth Eco Force and Monifieth Rotary, and has the support of the MoD.
Owing to the abundance of wildlife, and in particular nesting birds, the area has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
However, recently there has been an extremely large amount of plastic washed up so as many volunteers as possible are required.
If you can help, meet at the barracks car park, dress appropriately and wear boots and gloves.
Barry Buddon military training ranges are a historic part of the local community but the area is also rich in plants, insects and animals.
Eco Force leads a wide range of environmental improvement and conservation activities throughout Monifieth and surrounding areas.
These include monthly beach cleans, developing a community orchard and wildflower meadow, tree planting on the Dighty Burn green-space and producing floral displays in the town centre and the Blue Seaway garden.