Saturday, September 20th, 2014
Questions? Contact Anna at (707) 252-4188 x100 or e-mail.
Site Captain: Napa Valley Fly Fishers
Volunteers cleaning Napa Creek will meet in the parking lot of the Firefighter's Museum at the corner of Main and Pearl Streets in downtown Napa. In 2013, 31 volunteers cleaned 2300 pounds of trash and 1200 pounds of recyclables from 3 miles of the creek.
Riverside Drive in Napa
This site is located on Riverside Drive which runs along the Napa River South of the Hatt Building in Napa. Last year, 2 volunteers collected trash and recyclables along this one mile stretch of the Napa River. Volunteers will meet on Riverside Dr. at the end of Elm St., located south of the Napa City-County Library and the Hatt Building in Napa.
South Wetland Opportunity Area
Site Captains: Napa County Flood Control & Water Conservation District
Lake Berryessa Shoreline Cleanup
Site captain: Marianne Butler, Solano Resource Conservation District and Jason Jordan, Bureau of Reclamation
Volunteers will cleanup along the shoreline at 2 sites-Markley Cove and Pope Creek Bridge. There will be a BBQ lunch for all volunteers following the cleanup! In 2013, 43 volunteers cleaned the shores and the water of Lake Berryessa removing 235 pounds of trash and 287 pounds of recyclables! To register or for more information about the shoreline cleanup near Markley Cove, contact Marianne Butler at (707) 301-5778.
For more information about the dive, canoe and kayak crew at Pope Creek Bridge, contact Jason Jordan at email@example.com or 707-966-2111 ext 143
City of Calistoga
The three cleanup locations in the City of Calistoga will be: the Washington Street Bike Path from the Corporation Yard to Dunaweal Lane, Pioneer Park adjacent to the Napa River, and the Old Pacific Railroad Right-of-Way from Lincoln to the Little League Field. Refreshments will be provided to volunteers. For more information contact Louise Harrison at the Calistoga Public Work Department at (707) 942-2780 or firstname.lastname@example.org
In 2013, 44 volunteers removed 650 pounds of trash and 300 pounds of recyclables along 4 miles of creek and river bank.
American Canyon Town Cleanup
Every year the City of American Canyon leads a town cleanup effort. In 2013, 136 volunteers picked up 649 pounds of trash! For more information about this year’s sites and meeting locations, contact American Canyon Public Works at (707) 647-4550.