On May 7, PA DCNR’s Bald Eagle State Forest employees will join CleanScapes volunteers. Together they will collect the litter. In just a few hours, Mount Riansares vista will be restored to its rightful prominence.
March 26 Mill Hall weather conditions were less than ideal – forecasted rain, possible hail. Fishing Creek was surrounded by scattered litter. Working five separate sites, the teams collected 1,460 pounds of litter in less than 3 hours.
CleanScapes will hold its first official cleanup since the pandemic began on Saturday, March 26, 2022 from 9:30 AM to 12 PM. Volunteers are invited to participate.
Each year between March 1 May 31 and September 1 November 30 during Pick Up Pennsylvania, registered events can get free cleanup supplies, such as bags, gloves and vests.
Consider joining a state-sponsored litter clean up or beautification program. There are multiple ways that you can get involved in regularly cleaning up and beautifying your community.
On September 7, CleanScapes volunteers went back to Bald Eagle Creek for the 18th cleanup along creek and floodplain. The focus of the event was to remove tires along a stretch of the creek spanning from the green grate bridge connecting High Street and Hogan Boulevard down stream to the Chestnut Grove Park complex in … Continue reading 160 tires, 2.97 tons of trash collected during 18th Bald Eagle Creek cleanup
Registration is Open for Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful’s 'Pick Up Pennsylvania' Registration is open for the 2019 Pick Up Pennsylvania, a fall cleanup program supporting the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup. Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful invites individuals, families, friends, civic organizations and businesses to coordinate a cleanup or join an existing cleanup to remove litter from our … Continue reading Trash travels, keep litter out of our waterways
On August 17, Sunken Treasure Scuba Center and CleanScapes teamed up for a quick cleanup of the West Branch Susquehanna River. The crew met at Jay Street Bridge in Woodward Township. Before long, volunteer scuba divers were in the water, pulling tires and other items from the riverbed and passing them off to volunteers on … Continue reading Volunteers clear 34 tires, over 300 pounds of trash from West Branch Susquehanna River
Join Clinton County CleanScapes, Sunken Treasure Scuba Center divers, Lock Haven University students and other community members for the 18th Bald Eagle Creek tire removal event on September 7th. The goal is to remove 40 or more tires from the creek! There are many ways people can get involved, and all ages are welcome! Collect … Continue reading 18th Bald Eagle Creek Cleanup slated for September 7
Photo: Here West Branch property owner and river champion Beth Bason is celebrating the last load collected from a previous floodplain cleanup in early spring. The July 27 Bald Eagle Creek cleanup needs drivers with trucks or trailers. Volunteers will load the bed, and drivers transport the tires to the nearby roll-off dumpster. Clinton County … Continue reading Bald Eagle Creek cleanup slated for July 27