Now is the perfect time to get involved with protecting our freshwater resources with volunteer events, free training and education classes and family-friendly activities throughout the year!
The Keeping-It-Clean Program encourages watershed residents to directly get involved in improving the health and natural beauty of their watershed by participating in regularly scheduled trash cleanups.
From spring through early winter, Keeping-It-Clean coordinates cleanup projects and events throughout the Clinton River Watershed.
This program engages residents of all ages, backgrounds and skill levels with activities ranging from on-land garbage collecting to paddling and water trail cleanups to invasive species removal and native plant installations.
Weekly Clean occurs every Wednesday from April-November. Locations will be posted online in advance (prior registration is not required, unless a large group plans on attending). Weekly Cleans are open to individuals of all ages and skill levels.
The Clinton Cleanup is an annual event where volunteers and community organizations participate in cleanups throughout the Clinton River Watershed on the third Saturday in September. To learn more about the upcoming Clinton Cleanup, click here.
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Join CRWC and Clinton River Canoe & Kayak for a paddle down the Clinton while we pick up trash! Trash runs are intended for individuals 14 years of age and older, and registration is required.
Weekly Clean is our ongoing watershed cleanup program! Join us every Wednesday from 10:00 am-12:00 pm as we clean up a designated location within the watershed or along the shoreline of Lake St. Clair.
Clinton Cleanup is an annual event where volunteers and community organizations participate in cleanups throughout the Clinton River Watershed on the third Saturday in September. To learn more about the upcoming Clinton Cleanup, click here. Clinton Cleanup is made possible through the combined effort of hundreds of individuals, businesses, local governments, and community organizations. We greatly appreciate the support of our sponsors and community volunteers.