Stream Cleanup: Protect and Restore Clover Creek Creek, Salmon Are Orca Food!

When:
10/19/2019 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
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2019-10-19T14:00:00-07:00
Where:
47th Avenue SW
Lakewood
WA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Chambers Clover Watershed Council

Creeks are vital to the health of salmon breeding which provides a critical food source for the Orcas.The Chambers Clover Watershed Council invites you to join us to improve water quality for our community – salmon and Orcas included! We will pick up trash along Clover Creek in Lakewood. The creek has a low water level this fall and a variety of trash needs to be removed. Join us for an hour or longer! We will provide trash bags, some gloves, snacks, and directions. Please: Dress for the weather! Wear boots/waders for the muddy or low water creek bottom; Bring garden or work gloves; Bring water to drink.We will meet at the end of 47th Avenue SW in Lakewood (map below). The parking area will be marked with orange cones.

From Lakewood west of IH5, proceed south down Bridgeport Way toward JBLM.
When you reach Pacific Hwy, turn left onto Pacific Highway.
Proceed past Denny’s for about 1/2 mile.
Turn right onto 47th Avenue SW. There is a Ford dealership at this corner.
Drive 1/2 mile to the end of 47th where it dead ends at Clover Creek. Look for orange cones and parking.

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