Where: Check-in at Walker Park in Fayetteville (Main pavilion off of S. College Ave.). Multiple cleanup locations will range from trail, land, and in-stream across south Fayetteville.
Details: The Beaver Watershed Alliance will host the West Fork – White River Cleanup on Saturday, October 8th, in partnership with multiple community partners. Volunteers will help remove litter and bulky waste in the West Fork watershed, a sub-watershed of Beaver Lake (the source of NWA’s drinking water!). Donuts and coffee will be provided at check-in courtesy of Beaver Water District. Volunteers will sign in and gather cleanup supplies at Walker Park at 9 am and follow a site leader to a designated cleanup site. Return to Walker Park for litter and recycling drop-off and participate in a fun raffle! Those wishing to participate in the float must provide their own canoe or kayak and RSVP in advance.
What is provided: Gloves, tools, water, snacks, and cleanup supplies will be provided at check-in. Donuts and coffee will be provided at check-in courtesy of Beaver Water District.
What to bring/wear: Dress in clothes you don’t mind getting dirty! Volunteers should wear closed-toe shoes and protective clothing; hip-waders and muck boots are encouraged for those wanting to participate in in-stream cleanup areas. We encourage you to bring your own reusable water bottle.
For more info and to RSVP, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 479-750-8007 (text or call).
The Beaver Watershed Alliance is committed to providing universal access to all of our events. Notice will be given to please contact the Alliance to request disability accommodations. Advance notice is necessary to arrange for some accessibility needs.