Creek to Bay Cleanup Day-Coastal Cleanup

by Jon Niebling on July 25, 2007

Join us: Saturday, September 15, 2007 – 8:45 am to 12 pm

The “Creek to Bay Cleanup Day” event takes place at various locations in Napa County. Divers and land cleanup crew needed.

The event is part of the 22nd annual California Coastal Cleanup Day, a statewide effort to clean trash and debris from California’s coast, bays, creeks, rivers, and lakes. The event is also part of International Coastal Cleanup Day, where thousands of volunteers in all 50 states and 90 countries from around the world take part in the largest waterway and beach cleanup of the year.

In 2006, in Napa County, 553 volunteers collected 11,970 pounds of trash (6 tons) and 3,038 pounds of recyclables (1.5 tons). Approximately 13 miles of waterways were cleaned.

Lake Berryessa Underwater and Shoreline Cleanup

Site captain: Roger Haseltine, Napa Dive and Sport
Divers, canoe’ers, and kayakers will collect trash from the lake itself, while other volunteers cleanup along the shoreline. To pre-register and for more information, contact Roger Haseltine at (707) 257-2822. Kid friendly!

Click here for the Napa Dive & Sport Flyer.

Questions?
Please contact Jenny McIlvaine, Creek to Bay Cleanup Day Coordinator, at
(707) 252-4188 x120 or jenny@naparcd.org

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Shannon Fiala September 4, 2007 at 4:53 PM

Dear Creek to Bay Cleanup Day Volunteers:

Thank you so much for volunteering for Creek to Bay Cleanup Day last year! You all made a huge impact on Napa County’s waterways. Last year over 550 volunteers participated in the event to remove 6.2 tons of trash and 1.3 tons of recyclables from the Napa River, Lake Berryessa, American Canyon, and Napa, Salvador, and Redwood Creeks.

With five new cleanup sites added, we are hoping to have an even higher turnout this year! Please join us again next Saturday September 15th from 9am to 12pm to make this year’s event another success!

The list of sites includes (new sites in italics):
1. Kennedy Park, Site Captain: Napa Valley College, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
2. South Wetland Opportunity Area, Site Captain: Todd Adams, County Flood Control District
3. Southern Crossing / Butler Bridge, Site Captain: Penny Proteau, Honorary RCD/NRCS staff member
4. Riverside Dr, Site Captain: Napa Valley Yacht Club
5. Flood Project / Floodplain Terraces, Site Captain: Friends of the Napa River
6. Oxbow Preserve, Site Captain: David Ybarra, Ybarra Restoration Inc.
7. Napa River Trail, Site Captain: Chad Edwards, NCRCD
8. Napa Creek, Site Captain: In Harm’s Way, accompanied by Rick Thomasser
9. Salvador Creek, Site Captain: Steve Konakis, Vintage High School
10. Hopper Creek in Yountville, Site Captain: Chip Bouril, NRCS, and Karin Morrisey, Yountville Sun
11. Rio del Mar Creek in American Canyon, Site Captain: American Canyon Middle School and Acorn Soupe
12. Napa River Ecological Preserve, Site Captain: John Kara, Dept. of Env. Mgmt
13. Lake Berryessa Dive and Shoreline Cleanup, Site Captain: Napa Dive and Sport / Bureau of Reclamation / Solano RCD
14. American Canyon Town Cleanup, Site Captain: American Canyon Public Works Dept.

For more information on cleanup site locations, please visit http://www.naparcd.org/cleancreek.htm or contact me at 707.252.4188×111.

Sincerely,
Shannon Fiala
Restoration Project Manager / County Coordinator for Creek to Bay Cleanup Day

Napa County Resource Conservation District
1303 Jefferson Street, Suite 500B
Napa, CA 94559
phone: (707) 252-4188 ext 111
fax: (707) 252-4219
http://www.naparcd.org

Karunagaran Nair September 19, 2007 at 9:08 PM

I want to join your organization. I am a primary school teacher in Fiji.

Jayma October 10, 2007 at 5:23 PM

Karunagaran,

You are welcome to join our organization. There is a link to an application on our home page. Since you are in Fiji, I am not sure how you plan to participate in our club. However, you would be welcome. Let us know what you plan to do.

Kenneth Leary, Town of Yountville, Community Services Director July 16, 2008 at 3:02 PM

To whom it may concern:

We would like to have a creek clean up of Hooper Creek and Beard Ditch in Yountville. What do we need to do to be listed and get your support

Kenneth Leary, Town of Yountville, Community Services Director July 17, 2008 at 11:27 AM

The Town and local citizens are starting to plan for the annual Creek to Bay and Coastal Cleanup Day. We are planning to conduct clean up activities in Hooper Creek and Beard Ditch and invite all interested in planning this event to contact the Town of Yountville, Community Services Department. (707-944-8712)

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