Beaver Lakeshore Cleanup - Cancelled

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***This event has been canceled due to flooding***
Please see the 2019 Beaver Lake Cleanup Event on September 28th for other opportunities to help clean up Beaver Lake!
Link to Beaver Lake Cleanup

Where: Highway 12 Bridge, Beaver Lake
When: Saturday, July 20th 12:00-3:00 pm
Details: The Alliance is partnering with NWA Master Naturalists for a lakeshore cleanup on Beaver Lake! You can walk the shoreline or bring your own boat. Strangest trash item wins a prize! Sign-in will be at the parking area on the east side of the Highway 12 bridge, before the Heritage Bay Condominiums (link here to parking lot). Watch for the signs! We'll have water, snacks, and the supplies volunteers need to help protect water quality and keep the shoreline beautiful.
RSVP: or 479-750-8007.


Lake Sequoyah Cleanup Float

6608 E Lake Sequoyah Dr, Fayetteville, AR 72701, USA

When: Tuesday, 9:00 AM- 12:00 PM
Where: Lake Sequoyah, 6608 E Lake Sequoyah Dr, Fayetteville, AR 72701
Details: The Alliance is partnering with Master Naturalist and the City of Fayetteville to clean up trash in the East Fork of the White River Watershed. Help remove trash and improve wildlife habitat and water quality on Lake Sequoyah! Please bring your own boat - john boats are preferred since we are trying to reach remote areas along the lake! Canoes and kayak are also welcome. Appropriate footwear is advised (e.g. boots). Gloves, tools, and lunch will be provided for volunteers.
RSVP: call 479-750-8007 or email


Rain Barrel Make and Take Class

101 E Cherry St, Rogers, AR 72756, USA

Where: Downtown Rogers Farmer's Market, 101 E Cherry St.
When: Thursday, July 25th, 5-6pm
Register: or call 479-271-1060 
*Due to limited space and materials, participants will need to register ahead of time*
Fee: Registration is $25, which covers the rain barrel, tools, and parts to make the rain barrel.
Details: Learn how to make your own rain barrel in this fun and hands-on short class. We'll provide all the materials, just bring yourself. Oh, and be sure you have a way to take home your new rain barrel!
A rain barrel is a container which harvests rainwater from rooftops for later use in yards and gardens. Low-impact development features like rain barrels help integrate homes and developments into the natural landscape by spreading out stormwater so it can naturally filter through the soil and remove pollutants. Did you know, a 1" rain on a 1,000 sq. ft. roof generates over 600 gallons of water? Collecting this runoff helps conserve water and improve water quality by capturing water otherwise lost to storm drains which empty into streams, rivers, and lakes.


Healthy Forests Clean Water

Scott Family Amazeum, 1009 Museum Way, Bentonville, AR 72712, USA

When: Saturday, July 27, 10 am - 12 pm
Where: Amazeum, 1009 Museum Way, Bentonville, AR
Details: Northwest Arkansas Environmental Educators will be presenting hands-on, kid-friendly, water-related activities at the Amazeum Summer 2019 Forever Forest Exhibit Community Spotlight. These interactive exhibits will showcase the important role healthy forests play in keeping our natural waters clean. Join us to experiment with how water shapes the landscape, watch a demonstration of how various surfaces can affect runoff from rainfall, and play in the stream feature while learning how to keep our waterways clean.