11th Annual Redding Community Creek Clean-up on the Sacramento River

Come join our local community on Saturday, October 1, 2016, from 8:00 AM – Noon, as we tackle the litter and invasive vegetation that has become overgrown and reduces visibility of the Sacramento River.


Creek Cleanup 2016 will focus on the north side of the Sacramento River Trail, between the Market Street Bridge and the Arboretum Trailhead.

During these four short hours, hundreds of volunteers will gather to help remove trash and invasive vegetation, opening up the view of the River along this section of the Sacramento River Trail.

This year, the Shasta Trinity Fly Fishers will lead a river-based clean-up effort. Volunteers with jet boats will be on the water retrieving debris from areas not accessible by land.

Bring your water bottle, wear closed toe shoes, long pants, plenty of sunscreen, and come out and help restore the riparian savannah along the Sacramento River Trail. You can make a substantial contribution in the heart of Redding during a single morning of labor involving hundreds of your fellow citizens.

Event organizers will have gloves, safety goggles, buckets, and garden tools available for use.  Please bring your own if you have them.

ph: (530) 225-4512



Sacramento River Trail
Registration/Check In – 1500 Quartz Hill Rd.
Redding, CA 96003

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Refreshments sponsored by Shasta Association of REALTORS and Dutch Bros.


Shasta Trinity Fly Fishers logo

Fish Kennedy Brothers
Fly Fishing Guides in Redding , CA


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