Volunteers are invited to participate in the Shade Hollow Road Forest Phase Two Cleanup on Saturday, May 20, 2023, in Bald Eagle Township, Clinton County. Pre-register by noon on May 18.
Shade Hollow Road Forest Cleanup is April 15
Volunteers are invited to participate in the Shade Hollow Road Forest Cleanup on Saturday, April 15, 2023, in Bald Eagle Township, Clinton County. Pre-register by noon on April 13.
Mount Riansares Vista Cleanup slated for April 30
Join CleanScapes volunteers and staff members from the PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) for the Mount Riansares Vista Cleanup on April 30, 2023. Pre-registration requested by Thursday April 27, 12 noon.
April 16 Roadside Cleanup in the Pine Creek Valley
A cleanup is planned for Sunday, April 16, 2023 on Route 44 North in Pine Creek Valley, and volunteers are invited to get involved. Pre-register by April 13.
Riansares Vista Cleanup Slated for May 7
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.
CleanScapes volunteers clear 1,460 pounds of trash along Fishing Creek
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 to Host March 26, 2022 Fishing Creek Streambank and Roadside Cleanup with LHU Students
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.
Ready to organize your own community clean up?
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.
Join a litter clean up or beautification program
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.
160 tires, 2.97 tons of trash collected during 18th Bald Eagle Creek cleanup
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