Get Involved! - For teachers and their students
Upcoming Creek Cleanup Events
None currently-but check back as this gets updated frequently. In the meantime, why not organize a clean up on your school campus?
The Schoolyard Cleanup Program developed by the California Coastal Commission provides curricular resources and tips for carrying out a successful cleanup while at the same time integrating Next Generation Science Standards.
If using cellphones is an option, check out the smartphone app Litterati that allows students to use their phones to catalog common trash they pick-up and upload it into a worldwide trash dataset-in effect “crowdsourcing-cleaning the planet.” Click here to watch a TED talk by the creator of Litterati, Jeff Kirschner. Extend the lesson to help students find ways of reducing, reusing and recycling.
For more information contact Trisha Meisler at email@example.com.
Past Creek Cleanup Events
Saturday, September 16, 2017 -
Petaluma-Friends of the Petaluma River are hosting a creek clean up event at the Petaluma Marina. To register go to: http://friendsofthepetalumariver.org/project/conserv
Russian River Cleanup Day--Join other volunteers within the Russian River watershed and help get trash out of our waterways. Sign up here to participate: http://russianrivercleanup.org/events/
Santa Rosa-Join the City of Santa Rosa in their 33rd annual Creek to Coast Cleanup. Click here for more information.
California Coastal Clean Up Day-This is state-wide effort led by the California Coastal Commission to clean up California's coast. Click here to register for a Sonoma County location https://www.coastal.ca.gov/publiced/ccd/cleanup/#/map/location/53.