36th Annual Watershed Wide Clean-up
April 18th 2020
( some location dates may vary)
JOIN US -MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Each Spring since 1984 the Darby Creek Valley Association hosts a watershed-wide clean up event focusing on removing trash, tires, and other debris from regional waterways. During this event, volunteers work together to clean up sites located throughout the watershed.
Sign Up : DCVA's 36th Annual Watershed Wide Clean Up Sign up and a full list of locations, and contact site captain
Become a local hometown hero . April 2019 DCVA was awarded the Channel 17 Community Hero Award for our clean up efforts through our watershed. DCVA is a 501 (3) C , non profit environmental watershed organization dedicated to the protection and enhancement of the watershed and its resources, including water, wildlife, historical sites, floodplains,wetlands, and riparian zones. You can be a hero to and join our 36th Annual Watershed Wide Clean-Up .
Please review the available slots below and click on the button to sign up. If you don't see a location you would like to do, email email@example.com and we can add a location for you.
An incredible amount of trash makes its way into our local waterways each year. DCVA volunteers collected 55 tons of debris in our dumpsters and 6680 pounds in trash bags. Every year we try to expand our reach and add new sites. We are projected to have 52 sites within all the streams and tributaries of the Darby Creek/Cobbs Creek Watershed within Delaware County, Philadelphia County, and Montgomery County including approximately 126 linear miles of streams and 10 miles of roadsides.
Help us as we work to protect and preserve our local stream, creeks by sponsoring or donating Our Annual Watershed Wide Clean-up.