Working together to clean-up and protect our local streamside habitats. 

Want to be a part of the largest clean-up to date? Join the 1,027 volunteers who have already signed up to help clean up our local waterways!

Want to be a part of the largest clean-up to date? Join the 1,027 volunteers who have already signed up to help clean up our local waterways!

Each spring, the Conservancy hosts a watershed-wide clean-up event focusing on removing trash, tires and other debris from regional waterways.  Looking to make a positive difference in the health of our local streams and nearby habitats?  Join us on April 6th, 2019, as we work to protect our watershed!

Our goal for the 2019 Stream Clean-up is to have 1,000 community volunteers participate! Help us reach this goal by signing-up to volunteer today:

Donate today to help fund the largest Clean-up in the area!


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EVENT STATISTICS

Check out statistics from past Stream Clean-ups

PHOTO GALLERY 

Take a look at photos from past Stream Clean-ups


2019 Stream Clean-up Site Map

Check out the site map for our 2019 Stream Clean-up. Sites are located throughout the watershed so you can find a site that works best for you.

Need help choosing a site? Contact us!


Thank you to our 2019 Stream Clean-up Sponsors!

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Thank you so much to all of our awesome volunteers, sponsors, and partners who participated in our 2018
Stream Clean-up!   

With the help of 850 volunteers, we removed 150 tires,
2,000 pounds of scrap metal and 540 bags of trash
from
our local waterways and open spaces. 


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