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.
On Saturday, March 28, 2020, the first ever Bald Eagle Valley Trail Fest will take place on the section of the Bald Eagle Valley Trail that has been developed in Castanea Township. The main focus of the event will be a 5k fun run/walk on the Bald Eagle Valley Trail. It will be chip-timed with … Continue reading Bald Eagle Valley Trail Fest event to feature family-friendly 5k walk/run, more
Above: Greg Smith, Deb Smith and Wayne McCullough are pictured on the Bald Eagle Valley Trail during a recent survey assessment. Join volunteers from CleanScapes and the Friends of the Bald Eagle Valley Trail (BEVT) this Sunday, October 20, for a BEVT Work Day! The focus of this stewardship event, being held from 1-4 p.m., … Continue reading Bald Eagle Valley Trail Work Day slated for October 20
CleanScapes 20th anniversary occurs in 2020, and next March we will celebrate by holding a multi-generational event that will include a 5K hike and run, milkweed seed dispersal activity, picnic-style luncheon buffet, and carrot cake competition followed by a cake auction! What on earth are we thinking? Earth, that’s what we’re thinking and with funding … Continue reading CleanScapes planning 5k hike/run celebration for 20th anniversary
While driving around Pennsylvania, you’ve probably seen the blue-and-white signs recognizing organizations and individuals who have committed to keeping certain stretches of roadway free of litter. But, have you ever considered adopting a local road, or natural area, yourself? Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, an organization committed to maintaining a clean and beautiful Pennsylvania, invites Pennsylvanians to … Continue reading Adopt a local road or natural area to keep it litter free
This Spring is rushing by, and CleanScapes has been busy! Three cleanup events were held already this year, as part of the Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania, bringing together over 90 volunteers who cleaned up more than 3 tons (or 6,000 pounds) of trash from the hills and floodplains of Clinton and Lycoming Counties. On … Continue reading Spring cleanup events result in more than 3 tons of trash removal
Join a 2019 Great American Cleanup event by joining a rivertrail event this Saturday, April 27. The West Branch Susquehanna Riverbank litter cleanup will be held in Wayne Township, Clinton County, on April 27 from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Registration is requested by 12 noon, April 26. Work alongside CleanScapes and Lock Haven University … Continue reading West Branch Riverbank Cleanup is April 27
Pictured above are last year’s Williamsport cleanup participants, from left, Corey Ellison, Jenn Ulmer, Alice Trowbridge and Richard James. These volunteers collected litter from one of the city’s most popular and scenic walkways, the West Branch Susquehanna River dike levee trail. This Saturday, April 13, CleanScapes is partnering with Susquehanna Greenway Partnership (SGP) for a … Continue reading April 13: Community Cleanup in Williamsport