Volunteers Needed for 17th Annual CRC Streams Cleanup on May 3rd
RELEASE – The 17th Annual CRC Streams Cleanup will be held on Saturday, May 3 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM at two dozen sites throughout the watersheds. A free picnic for volunteers will follow at Ridley Creek State Park.
The aim of the event is not only to pick up trash, but to show how our everyday decisions affect the health of our creeks and the watersheds surrounding them. Healthy communities start with healthy streams.
By volunteering to clean our streams, you are providing trash-free streams that result in cleaner, safer waters and healthier environments for all to enjoy.
Pre-registration is requested for volunteers who would like to contribute to healthier streams at http://crcwatersheds.org/resources/view/308.
Chester – Ridley – Crum Watersheds Association (CRC) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization devoted to the protection of water resources and the natural environment of the Chester, Ridley, and Crum Creek Valleys, and the health, recreational, and quality of life benefits they afford the residents of this region. Its stewardship area encompasses 132 square miles and 40 municipalities, from the South Valley Hills to the Delaware River.
CRC‘s programs are supported by the contributions of 600 individual, municipal, business, and institutional/nonprofit members. More information on CRC is available at crcwatersheds.org.