Join Partners of Scott County Watersheds in our upcoming community cleanups! We are excited to partner with our local organizations and municipalities to pick up trash and improve our watersheds!
McCausland Causeway Cleanup | August 14, 2021
Join PSCW and the Lucky Frog Bar and Grill for a trash cleanup along the causeway in McCausland!
Volunteers will meet behind the Lucky Frog to go over safety information and grab supplies. We will then drive over to the cleanup site on the causeway just outside of McCausland.
Register for this cleanup at www.xstreamcleanup.org
Princeton Whiskey Run Creek Cleanup
August 21, 2021
Join the City of Princeton and Partners of Scott County Watersheds as we collect trash and other debris from the Whiskey Run Creek watershed in Princeton, IA. Volunteers of all ages and abilities are encouraged to attend, with cleanup opportunities both along the bank and in the stream.
Learn more and register at www.xstreamcleanup.org
LeClaire Silver Creek Cleanup | September 25, 2021
Volunteers will meet at the gravel parking lot off of 3rd Street, across from the Veterans Memorial Skatepark. We will split into three groups to tackle the trash; one working upstream, one downstream, and one along 3rd Street.
Join Partners of Scott County Watersheds and the City of LeClaire for a trash cleanup along Silver Creek! Removing litter and debris from the stream helps to improve the health and quality of our waters. Make a difference and register today!
Register for this cleanup at http://www.xstreamcleanup.org/event/leclaire-silver-creek-cleanup-september-25-2021
Crow Creek Wildlife Management Area Cleanup | October 2, 2021
Join Partners of Scott County Watersheds and Iowa DNR for a cleanup at Crow Creek Wildlife Management Area! We will have opportunities for many age levels and abilities. Volunteer jobs include trash pickup along the shore, clearing brush, and removing invasive species throughout the park.
Volunteers can register at www.xstreamcleanup.org/event/crow-creek-wildlife-management-area-cleanup-october-2-2021