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The 16th Annual Partnering for Clean Streams Youth Patch Day Workshop was a huge success!  We had over 50 kids that came and learned about Watersheds: Our Water, Our Home to recieve their Patch.  We had perfect weather and a perfect location at the University of Toledo's Lake Erie Center in Oregon.  NBC 24 and Fox 36 came out to cover the event and showcase all the clean water Super Kids!  Each participant learned that they can make a clear choice for clean water through making a pledge on the toledolakeerie.clearchoicescleanwater.org website.  We would also like to state our appreciation for the six presenters who made this event possible: Rachel Lohner from UT's Lake Erie Center, Andrea Beard from the City of Oregon, Richard Kroeger from the Ohio EPA, Marilyn DuFour from the City of Toledo Environmental Services, Cheryl Rice from USDA - Natural Resources Conservation Service, and Jamie Kochensparger from Lucas County Soil & Water Conservation District.  Our presenters shared their knowledge about the Maumee Watershed and what each person can do to help protect it.  Visit our Facebook page to see pictures and videos from Patch Day.

Registration for the 22nd Annual Clean Your Streams is officially open! Please click here if you are interested in participating in this event. We welcome individuals, business groups, organizations, students, and anyone else to come be a part of our biggest clean up! There are 7 kick off sites to choose from this year. Remember, if you are registering for a group of 10+, you must select a site captain for your group. We need help to keep this event running safely and smoothly. If you are unable to make it this year, please consider donating so we can keep this program going for years to come!

Registration will be open until September 14th, so sign up now!

Thank you for your interest in volunteering to help Partners for Clean Streams make our waterways clean, clear and safe for everyone. Our staff will let you know about upcoming events and opportunities for you to get involved!

Your registration is complete. You will be receiving an email from a PCS staff member soon with further instructions.

Thank you for registering!

We have received your registration! You will be receiving a confirmation email within a few business days.

If you are paying by cash or check, please send your payment of $5 per patch receiving youth and adult to:

P.O. Box 203 Perrysburg, Ohio 43552

If you would like to pay via PayPal please follow the link below:

http://partnersforcleanstreams.org/give

Thank you again!

 

Partners for Clean Streams, Clean Your Streams 365 Program is an extension of our Clean Your Streams Day event that takes place once a year. Although our volunteers remove tons (literally) of debris during our once a year cleanup, there are still mountains of trash floating around in and along our rivers. The Clean Your Streams 365 Program allows individuals and groups to go out, on their own time and clean up their local waterways. Partners for Clean Streams provides all of the equipment necessary to conduct a cleanup. You simply have to come and pick up a Clean Your Streams 365 Cleanup Kit from our offices. Once you are done with your cleanup, bring the kit back and pat yourself on the back for a job well done. All you have to do is email us (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or give us a call (419-874-0727) and you will be on your way to helping us keep our rivers clean, clear and safe!

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Partners for Clean Streams Inc. is striving for abundant open space and a high quality natural environment; adequate floodwater storage capacities and flourishing wildlife; stakeholders who take local ownership in their resources; and rivers, streams and lakes that are clean, clear and safe