Participate individually, with your family and friends, or form your own Creek Cleanup Team. Creek Cleanup is a time to meet new and like-minded individuals, learn about how to protect our watersheds, and have FUN doing it! Here are the volunteer needs with more information located below.
Team Honchos- host a supply site on the day and time of your choice. Meet and greet! Pass out gloves, bags, and goodies.
Teams- form a group, pick a site and mobilize!
Responders- pitch in during the week of Creek Cleanup to pick up bagged trash and take it to recycling or the Central Transfer station. With individuals and teams cleaning over a week, the trash needs to be collected quickly. If you have a truck or can help sling bags into a truck, this is for you! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help with this.
Individual and Family Cleaners- show up at a designated site (to be announced) on Saturday, May 16, for supplies.
Duties and commitment levels are explained below.
Creek Honchos sign individual cleaners up, hand out bags and gloves, and direct traffic to areas along the creeks that need to be picked-up. This will happen at a few locations on May 16.
Teams are formed by interested individuals and their co-workers or friends. You can have whomever you would like on your team, and there can be any number of people. The Team Leader signs up their team by filling out the volunteer sign-up form . Leaders will be responsibile for picking up a tote or bucket of cleaning materials (bags, gloves, rope, tape, hand sanitizer, etc.), having their team members sign-in, giving them any instructions needed, and returning the unused supplies, the sign-in sheets, and a brief summary to AWC.
You can select a specific location to work on or indicate no preference and we can assign you to an area of need.