Apr 4, 2020
Apr 4, 2020
8:00 am - 2:00 pm
This event is cancelled until furter notice.
Cottonwood Creek is rarely paddled and often trashed. Come join us on the water as we paddle this creek and help the environment.
This event, jointly sponsored by North Texas River Runners, Trinity Coalition, and Grand Prairie Adopt-A-Stream Clean up is all water based. If you love to paddle it is a great chance to improve your skills. If you have a boat, bring it. If you need a boat, let us know as their may be rental boats or loaners available.
YOU MUST PREREGISTER WITH THE CITY OF GRAND PRAIRIE FOR THIS EVENT. (see the link below) Lunch will be provided to all registered volunteers.
Boat Prep: 8 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Event: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
1400 SE 14th Street
We will have a loading zone marked with traffic cones on the north side of the launch site, toward the bridge. Parking at Hobbs Williams Elementary School, the same location as previous years, 1635 SE 14th Street.
The Trinity River and its tributaries run through Grand Prairie, providing habitat for our native wildlife and recreation through fishing and boating opportunities. Unfortunately, these streams can become polluted with litter. The majority of this litter is made up of plastic bottles, plastic bags, and Styrofoam. This litter is called 'floatables' because the majority of it floats on the surface of the water creating an eyesore for the community. You can do your part by not littering and by assisting with stream cleanups during the stream cleanup season which runs from mid-October through mid-March each year.
PFD's are required. Long pants, layers appropriate for weather, and close-toed shoes are recommended. Sunscreen and insect repellent are also recommended. Volunteers are asked to preregister. For more information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 972-237-4546.
If you need a boat, call Teresa at 214 478-7856.
Providing Conservation through Recreation
About Trinity Coalition
The Trinity Coalition is dedicated to improving the Trinity River, its parks and forests.
We envision a day when the Trinity River is one of the most valued natural assets in Texas.
Our Board of Directors is comprised of nature-loving, conservation-minded community leaders.
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