Restoring Nature’s Beauty

Welcome to the online home for Clinton County CleanScapes, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization helping community members clean up the rivers, creeks, banks and public lands of North-Central Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Wilds is a beautiful region – featuring lush hardwood forests, scenic waterways and some of the darkest skies in the country. Our natural assets are a huge part of what makes our area so special, and we want to help restore nature’s beauty. You can play a part in this effort!

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Become a CleanScapes member to help us reach 2020 goal

When you join CleanScapes, your membership dues supports important local programming. CleanScapes has set a goal of raising $15,500 for its 2020 fiscal year (October 1, 2019 – September 30, 2020). This includes both memberships and sponsorships. Funds raised directly benefit the efforts of CleanScapes and our volunteers who are committed to restoring nature’s beauty … Continue reading Become a CleanScapes member to help us reach 2020 goal

Bald Eagle Valley Trail Work Day slated for October 20

Above: Greg Smith, Deb Smith and Wayne McCullough are pictured on the Bald Eagle Valley Trail during a recent survey assessment. Join volunteers from CleanScapes and the Friends of the Bald Eagle Valley Trail (BEVT) this Sunday, October 20, for a BEVT Work Day! The focus of this stewardship event, being held from 1-4 p.m.,  … Continue reading Bald Eagle Valley Trail Work Day slated for October 20

CleanScapes earns PA Wilds ‘Conservation Stewardship’ Champion Award

This year has been rewarding for CleanScapes in more ways than one. Last year was a great year, but the nonstop rain forced us to reschedule more than one clean-up event. This year, we hit the ground running in March and have been busy ever since — holding more than five events in just six … Continue reading CleanScapes earns PA Wilds ‘Conservation Stewardship’ Champion Award

Terri Barner, Mark Walizer receive CleanScapes ‘Volunteers of the Year’ Award

The September 7, 2019, cleanup event on Bald Eagle Creek was a special one. It was there that two longtime CleanScapes volunteers were recognized for their commitment in assisting with cleanup events and their passion for environmental stewardship. Terri Barner and Mark Walizer of Lock Haven have been participating in CleanScapes activities for about a … Continue reading Terri Barner, Mark Walizer receive CleanScapes ‘Volunteers of the Year’ Award

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