CCRCD 2024 Earth Day Cleanup Registration
If you plan to join one of the CCRCD 2024 Earth Day cleanups, please fill out this Google Form so we can keep you updated and know who to expect at each event. 

This year, we are hosting four cleanups: 
  1. Saturday, April 20, 2024 9am-12pm: Upper Sand Creek Basin (south of the Kaiser Antioch Medical Center)  
  2. Saturday, April 20, 2024 10am-1pm: Rodeo Creek: 605 Parker Avenue, Rodeo (near Goodwill)
  3. Saturday, April 20, 2024 10am-1pm: Crockett Waterfront: 1909 Dowrelio Drive, Crockett (near the CREEC Greenhouse)
  4. Saturday, April 27, 2024 9am-12pm: Grayson Creek, Pleasant Hill
  5. Sunday, May 12, 2024 9am-12pm: McNabney Marsh, Martinez
To join cleanups 1-3 and 5 above, please complete this Google Form.
To join cleanup 4, please sign-up on Eventbrite at this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/grayson-creek-earth-day-2024-cleanup-tickets-851895270687?aff=oddtdtcreator. If you are only joining cleanup 4, you do not need to complete this Google Form.

As we approach these cleanups, each person registered will receive additional information via email.

The CCRCD is able to host these events because of funding provided by the Contra Costa County Flood Control District and County Watershed Program. 
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Thank you to the Contra Costa County Flood Control District and the Contra Costa County Watershed Program for their support! 
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