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Creek Week 2019: Putah Creek Spring Cleanup
There are myriad ways that trash finds it's way into Putah Creek. It blows in on windy days, flows in through gutters and culverts, and even gets left behind by thoughtless visitors. This refuse endangers wildlife, pollutes the water, and inhibits the beauty of our beloved local natural area. It is time to give Putah Creek a much-needed spring cleaning!
With generous funding from the Solano County Water Agency, we are excited host our second annual Creek Week spring cleanup of Winters Putah Creek Nature Park! Join us on April 6th to help make Putah Creek beautiful, clean and safe, while helping make a lasting impact for California waterways.
HOW TO REGISTER
Register by clicking the "Register Now" button at the top right or bottom left of this page. So that we can order the correct amount of food and supplies, all volunteers must register in advance to volunteer for the Putah Creek Cleanup.
WHERE TO MEET
Winters Rotary Park gazebo (See map below). As a courtesy to other volunteers and Putah Creek Council staff, and to help the cleanup run smoothly, please arrive on time.
WHAT TO BRING/WEAR
- Wear long pants, closed-toe sturdy shoes, lightweight gloves, a hat and sunscreen
- Bring a full, refillable water bottle (additional water will be available)
- If you have one, bring a bucket or reusable bag for trash (additional bags and buckets will be available)
- If you are under 18, you must bring a waiver form, SIGNED by your parent/guardian, to participate in the cleanup. Click here to print the form: Liability waiver and photo release form.
9:30 AM Meet at Rotary Park Gazebo, sign waivers, pick up supplies
9:45 AM Clean trash from Putah Creek between the Car Bridge downstream to I-505
11:45 AM Return to Winters Rotary Park to sort and properly dispose of trash and recyclables
Questions? Please contact Amy Williams, Stewardship Program Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org, (530) 795-3006.
201 East Main St.