CleanScapes will hold a forest beautification event in Piatt Township, Lycoming County, on Saturday, October 6, 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 will last until about 1 p.m. The goal for this clean-up is to remove 75+ tires and bag 2 tons of litter.
Volunteers will be treated to Pizza 2 Go and refreshments following the event.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Volunteers can participate as land support by collecting trash and tires or by helping to load the dumpsters. Volunteers are also invited to take short videos or photos of the volunteers in action to submit to CleanScapes later.
TIPS FOR VOLUNTEERS
The terrain is mixed-flat and moderate-to-steeply sloped. Long-sleeved shirts, pants, hats and jackets are recommended for volunteers. Closed toed shoes are mandatory.
CleanScapes provides volunteers with tick/bug repellent, gloves, and trash bags.
HOW TO REGISTER
To participate, register by 12 noon on Thursday, Oct. 4. Volunteers must download and complete this waiver form to participate.
LHU students: Register by contacting Morgan Capobianco at LHU’s Student Activities Office (PUB) at email@example.com or 570-484-2499.
All other registration and questions should be directed to CleanScapes Project Director Elisabeth Lynch McCoy at ClintonCountyCleanScapes@yahoo.com or 570-726-3511.
Driving directions and meeting location will be provided to those who register with Clinton County CleanScapes. In addition, a free shuttle bus service will be provided for registered Lock Haven University of PA students.
Read more about what a typical CleanScapes clean-up event is like here.
Financial support for this project is provided by: The Roscoe M. & Edith M. Wolf Fund at the First Community Foundation Partnership of PA, the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation which is dedicated to the economic, physical and social health of the communities served by Dominion Energy companies & their grant program is administered by the Western PA Conservancy in commitment to its core mission of conserving PA’s diverse ecosystems through science-based strategy, leadership & collaboration, & the Clinton County Community Foundation.
Learn more about our event sponsors and supporters here.