Get down and dirty in Silver Creek! Join PSCW and the City of LeClaire as we remove trash from in and around the stream.
Volunteers will meet at the gravel parking lot off of 3rd Street, across from the Veterans Memorial Skatepark. We will split into three groups to tackle the trash; one working upstream, one downstream, and one along 3rd Street.
Volunteers are encouraged to bring sturdy shoes, long pants and long sleeve shirts, hats, bug spray, and sunscreen. All ages are welcome to participate!
Watersheds: Think Global, Act Local
Join Miss Scott County and Partners of Scott County Watersheds to live out that motto by removing trash on Fairmount Street from the library to Hickory Grove Road. This stretch of road is adjacent to the Fairmount Wetlands and drains directly into Duck Creek, making it a critical place to keep our watersheds clean.
Volunteers should wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. All gloves and other tools will be provided. No prior experience is necessary.
Register now for the Spring Snapshot Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Event! This is your opportunity to become a citizen scientist for the day and gather important data about the health of Scott County's watersheds. The valuable data gathered by volunteers will assist PSCW in raising funds for water quality improvement projects in the county. No experience is necessary, and anyone is welcome to participate!
Join Nahant Marsh staff for our annual Spring Cleanup! We will have opportunities for many age levels and abilities. Volunteer jobs will include light trash pickup along the marsh drive and on Wapello Ave. and heavy duty debris cleanup around our adjacent properties. Gloves, trash bags, litter tongs, and water will be provided. Volunteers are encouraged to wear long pants and sleeves, close-toed shoes, bug spray, sunscreen, and a hat.
Register now for the Spring Downtown Bettendorf Cleanup including the bike trail, streets, and along Interstate 74! All ages are welcome for this light-duty cleaning project.
Join Partners of Scott County Watersheds and the City of Princeton for a cleanup along Whiskey Run Creek! Volunteers are needed to help remove invasive brush from the streambank and pick up trash along River Drive.
Volunteers of all ages are welcome to join. Long pants and sturdy shoes are recommended. No prior experience is necessary, and all tools will be provided.
Join the Bettendorf Conservation Committee (BCC) in cleaning up trash in Leach Park and along the riverfront bike path to Davenport. All ages are welcome for this light-duty cleaning project, but individuals 17 and under must have adult supervision. Volunteers should wear sturdy non-slip shoes, dress appropriately for the weather, and bring a water bottle. Trash bags, litter tongs, and gloves will be provided at check-in.
Join the City of Buffalo Park Board for a tree debris and trash cleanup at the Terry Adams Memorial Park. Volunteers of all ages are invited to help remove leaves, branches, and trash in the city park.
Volunteers should wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. All tools will be provided, and no prior experience is necessary.