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Volunteer to help the Russian River watershed...

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Join Russian Riverkeeper and Clean River Alliance to clean up the Russian River Watershed on September 15!

Beach walking or wading routes will generally run 8:30 am - 11:30 am. Boat routes will be longer, finishing up roughly around 3:00 pm. There are a number of locations from Monte Rio to Ukiah and signups are set up for the amount of trash at each location. If you find your local beach is already full that means another beach upstream might need more help. If your local beach is clean or your preferred location is booked, please consider an alternate site. Remember: it all goes downstream and on to the ocean so no matter where you volunteer you are helping the entire watershed and ocean. We also need volunteers to help with registration and set-up in Cloverdale, Healdsburg and Guerneville.

Thank you for joing us in ensuring the health of our river!

Note: ALL boaters need to be strong swimmers and paddlers. Life jackets are required.

WAIVER REQUIRED: To save time download and fill out your event waiver and bring to registration.

 

Organizer Russian Riverkeeper & Clean River Alliance

Organizer of 31st Annual Russian River Watershed Cleanup

Russian Riverkeeper and our partner Clean River Alliance are organzing the 31st annual Russian River Watershed Cleanup on September 15th from Monte Rio to Ukiah! Thanks to our sponsors: Sonoma County Water Agency, Jackson Family Wines, Russian River Watershed Association, First Community Bank, Sonoma Resource Conservation District, Town of Windsor.

Thank You for Volunteering!


LandPaths offers community stewardship gatherings nearly every week at multiple open spaces through-out the county - including Fitch Mountain, Riddell Preserve, Bayer Farm, Rancho Mark West and Bohemia Ecological Preserve.

Contact:  outings@landpaths.org or call 707-544-7284, x1.

 

Pepperwood Preserve provides an opportunity to support 3,200 acres of prime Sonoma County habitat and important headwaters of the Russian River watershed.  Volunteer workdays are generally the first Saturday of each month.

Contact:  volunteer@pepperwoodpreserve.org  or call Sloane Shinn at 707-591-9310, x133.

Russian Riverkeeper coordinates the annual watershed-wide cleanup and removal of trash in the Russian River and its tributaries between Ukiah and Jenner.

When:  September 15, 2018

Contact:  www.russianrivercleanup.org or call 707-433-1958.

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