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
Join the Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania Football team players and other community volunteers for the Fishing Creek Streambank & Roadside Cleanup on Sunday, March 31, 2019! The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., with volunteer cleanup crews removing litter from along Route 64 and Route 150 in Mill Hall Borough … Continue reading Join us on March 31 for our first cleanup of 2019!
With the onset spring, snow is beginning to melt away. This brings the annual unveiling of litter that has, perhaps unknowingly, been accumulating beneath the pretty white stuff all winter long. My husband and I have decided to start walking in our small community, preparing for our goal to participate in at least one Pennsylvania … Continue reading Little acts can make a big difference
Have you ever considered how recreational groups are often found protecting and stewarding the natural assets that make their activities possible? Or, how this benefits more than just that user group – and actually creates a better environment for us all? For example, I've seen trail runners join trail maintenance crews and learned of paddlers … Continue reading Consider plogging instead of jogging next time – and make twice the impact