Attention Russian River Watershed Stewards!

September 21 – 28, 2019 is Creek Week in the Russian River Watershed. During Creek Week, creek, river and ocean clean-up campaigns will take place throughout Sonoma and Mendocino Counties. The Russian River watershed consists of over 150 creeks which provide water supply, wildlife habitat, flood capacity and recreation. Unfortunately, trash and debris accumulation in local waterways impair water quality, wildlife habitat and, at times, recreation and flood capacity. This is a great opportunity to take part in activities that connect you with your community and environmental practices that help protect our creeks.

You can contribute to the health of the Russian River ecosystem by participating in one of the creek and river cleanup events listed below.

Please note: The following information is correct to the best of RRWA’s knowledge; please contact the appropriate agency or organization to confirm meeting times, locations, and to sign up.

September 21

September 23

    Downtown Underground Tour
    Time: 6pm-7pm
    Location: Prince Gateway Park (Santa Rosa Ave and Sonoma Ave)

September 26

    Roseland Creek Tour Nature Walk
    Time: 6pm-7pm
    Location: Roseland Creek Elementary School (1683 Burbank Ave)

September 27

September 28

    Foss Creek
    Time: 8:30am-11:30am
    Location: 1557 Healdsburg Ave, Healdsburg
    Laguna Treatment Plant Tour
    Time: 10am-11:30am
    Location: Laguna Wastewater Treatment Plant (4300 Llano Rd)

RRWA is pleased to provide the following sharps guidance flyers for cleanup organizers and volunteers.  The guidance was compiled from numerous local state and national organizations and reviewed and collectively polished by our regional partners.