Join us for a cleanup event in 2018 and help us make a difference!
April 14 – West Branch Susquehanna River, Colebrook Township, Clinton County.
CleanScapes, Bald Eagle Boys Camp and Lock Haven University volunteers worked from 11 AM – 2 PM on April 14 with a goal to remove 35+ tires and bagged litter from an island in the Susquehanna River. A pizza lunch and refreshments were served following the cleanup.
Read about the amazing results of this cleanup here.
April 28 – Multiple sites in Piatt, Porter and Watson Townships, Lycoming County.
CleanScapes, local Boy Scouts, Lock Haven University and township volunteers began the cleanup at 9:45 AM and wrapped up by about noon on April 28, clearing man-made debris from roadsides and creek banks. Participants were treated to a pizza lunch and refreshments following the cleanup.
Read about the incredible cleanup results here.
September 8 – Bald Eagle State Park, Sayers Lake.
CleanScapes provided some technical assistance and a few volunteers during the first-ever community clean-up held by Keep Centre County Beautiful, our neighboring Keep PA Beautiful affiliate.
Read about the results here.
November 3 – Piatt Township, Lycoming County.
On November 3, 2018, CleanScapes will hold a half-day community litter and tire cleanup event just north of the Jersey Shore Rail Trail access in Piatt Township, Lycoming County. From 9:30 AM to 1 PM, volunteers will be tasked with removing tires and litter from the forested hillside adjacent to Stewart Run Creek. The goal is to remove 75+ tires and 2 tons of litter!
Click here for the event flyer!
Learn about what a typical CleanScapes cleanup is like here.