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Creek Week Registration Is Closed Until 2014
Register using the Online Form to the left. Your information will be sent to our administrative volunteers who will contact you within 3 business days to confirm your clean-up site location, provide you with instructions, and answer any questions you may have.
If you have helped with the clean-up in the past and wish to work at the same location, please provide us with that location in the Comment box on the Registration form. We will make every effort to assign you to the location you request.
Please report at 9:00am sharp on Saturday, April 13th to Antelope Meadows Elementary School at 8343 Palmerson Drive at Palmerson and North Loop. SEE MAP Volunteers report to the school to be assigned to a creek location nearby that they will then drive to.
The Antelope clean-up is mostly naturalized vegetated drainage canals instead of natural creeks. You are not likely to encounter poison oak. Ideal for young children and those with limited mobility.
Your team leader will provide you with instructions, garbage bags and help get you started.
Use the checklist below so that you come prepared against the natural and man-made elements. Please come prepared to get a little muddy.
- Your own drinking water
- A bucket or re-usable shopping bag to collect light trash (per person)
- Comfortable, washable clothes
- Long pants and long sleeves
- Hat and Sunscreen
- Gloves (work or gardening type)
- Shoes that can get wet and muddy
- Waterproof boots (optional)
- Grabbing tool or rake (optional)
IMPORTANT: All children must be with a responsible adult as the debris, water, or slippery stream banks may be hazardous. If you bring a child or group of children, your most important job is to supervise and keep them safe. Collecting trash is secondary for adults in charge of children.
Thank you for making it possible for them to have this experience!