Dear Volunteers - Please join us for this year's "Summer" Litter Clean-Up (SLC)! July 4-25
Clermont Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) and the Valley View Foundation (VVF) are working with local partners to coordinate this year's Do-It-Yourself SLC event during the month of July. Kicking off on July 4th in honor of our nation's independence, we ask volunteers to pick any day July 4-25 to participate in the SLC! Individuals or small groups can find a nearby area in need of litter removal. Volunteers can practice social distancing while they enjoy local parks and open spaces, walk trails, and canoe the river or lake. Clean-up materials, including protective gloves and trash bags, can be made available to volunteers. A small thank you gift will be included with clean-up materials, while supplies last. Community coordinators can also help volunteers find suitable locations for litter pick-up. Please visit the registration page for more details.
The Spring Litter Clean-Up (SLC) is an annual litter clean-up event held in communities across Clermont County and the East Fork Little Miami River Watershed. Volunteers of all ages are invited to participate. It is inspiring to see so many people come together each to year to protect our local parks, streams and lakes!
The EFWC is a watershed group that was formed in 2001 to help communities restore and protect the East Fork Little Miami River watershed. The EFWC includes representatives from local government agencies, community organizations, and residents. The VVF is a grassroots, nonprofit organization whose mission is to conserve land, preserve history and share it with the greater Cincinnati community. Valley View works on projects related to land preservation and restoration, and also works to support local conservation efforts and projects.