In an organized effort, our staff and board members, plus a bunch of volunteers, will visit waterfalls across the state to clean up litter. In addition to picking up litter on trails and at trailheads, we’ll have crews cleaning up sites near waterfalls that have been used as illegal trash dumps.

We need help!

Planning has just begun for this event, and we need all the help we can get. We need regional coordinators, truck drivers, and a slew of volunteers. We’re also seeking donations of safety equipment and cleanup supplies. We need people with strong backs, anyone who can carry a small trash bag, and kids who will learn under their parent’s guidance about the need to keep the natural world clean. And we are seeking alliances with other organizations who share our vision.


Two rewarding ways to help:

Visit the waterfall of your choice on March 20 and pick up all the trash you find. Let us know which waterfall you pick, and if you want, please send us a photo of your efforts.

Join one of our crews to help remove trash at a waterfall location used as an illegal garbage dump. We’ll supply safety gear and good stories. Contact us for all the info you’ll need.


If waterfalls hold a special place in your heart, what better way to honor them than by devoting a day to their care? Use the Contact form to let us know you’re with us.