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. We believe 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!
CleanScapes will hold a forest beautification event in Piatt Township, Lycoming County, on Saturday, November 3, 2018 – and you can participate! After being treated to a doughnut breakfast, volunteers will be tasked with removing litter and tires from the forested hillside adjacent to Stewart Run Creek. The clean-up will begin about 9:30 a.m. and … Continue reading Sign up to help CleanScapes on November 3 in Piatt Township
CleanScapes cleanup event day activities are similar to planning and taking a hike onto an unfamiliar deep-woods pathway. We journey away from civilization and into the woods because we revere and feel rejuvenated by traversing through the wilds of Pennsylvania. On excursion days, and depending upon the ruggedness of the places chosen, we frequently place … Continue reading Respecting The Wilds Part 1: Hike to Help A Place Disgraced
What do dumplings, John Denver, and sunsets have in common? They’re all part of the 3rd Annual Dumplings at Dusk event to be held on Sunday, October 14, on the Hiawatha Paddlewheel Riverboat. Attendees will board the boat by 5:45 p.m., and festivities will kick off at 6 p.m. The menu will feature homemade chicken … Continue reading 3rd Annual ‘Dumplings at Dusk’ is October 14, benefits Middle Susquehanna Riverkeepers
The forest beautification event planned to take place in Piatt Township, Lycoming County, this coming Saturday, October 6, 2018, has been postponed to November. The rainy weather forecast has led to concerns about volunteer safety at the site, which features steep embankments, explained Project Director Elisabeth Lynch McCoy. Details about the new date will be … Continue reading October 6 Piatt Township clean-up postponed to November