Stream Cleanups

Saturday, Apr 21, 2018

9:00am – 3:00pm

On April 14 and 21, the Watershed will once again organize volunteers to help remove trash and debris from our local rivers and streams at our 12th Annual Stream Cleanups. Over the past decade, these efforts have helped remove more than 93,000 pounds of garbage with the help of 4,600 enthusiastic volunteers. This year’s cleanups in 12 locations are a great way to get outside, improve the scenic beauty of our region, and positively impact our wildlife habitat. A new location will be added this year with a Wargo Pond clean up on the Watershed Reserve for families, and along Wargo Road for adults on April 21. We appreciate the continued support of our generous sponsors who make our cleanups possible. Bloomberg, American Rivers and New Jersey Clean Communities have provided volunteers and resources. Please contact Erin Stretz at estretz@thewatershed.org for donations and volunteer support.

Saturday, April 21
Cranbury: 9am-11am at Village Park (Downtown Cranbury)
East Windsor: 9am-11am at Etra Lake Park (Disbrow Hill Road)
Hightstown: 9am-11am at Peddie Lake Parking Lot (101 N. Main Street)
Plainsboro: 9am-11am at Recreation Department (641 Plainsboro Road)
Monroe: 1pm-3pm (location TBD)
Hopewell: 1pm-3pm at Watershed Reserve Pond House (Wargo Road)

Visit our website for updates and details:
thewatershed.org/stream-cleanups

Event Location

Event Fees

FREE