About CYS 365

Did you know that the Great Lakes are the biggest freshwater source in the world? Lake Erie is the most productive for fishing of all the Great Lakes. Your support helps make our streams clean, clear and healthy so they can support this complex ecosystem. By donating to PCS, you help us reach our goals of restoring rivers that lead to Lake Erie beaches that promote fishable and swimmable conditions for generations.

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Clean Your Streams 365 is a flexible program, allowing for new sites to be cleaned, various volunteer groups to participate and variable timing to occur. Volunteers will receive all the cleanup materials they need to complete a successful cleanup including gloves, trash bags, nets, maps and an optional data collection form (to track the amount and types of trash). Sites will be available in many suburbs around Toledo focusing in Swan Creek, Ottawa River, Maumee River and Maumee Bay tributaries including small ditches and stream sides. Once the registration form is completed, the time and location for the cleaning event will be determined based on the groups needs while keeping in consideration and being flexible of water levels and weather. We have a long list of places that need to be cleaned and we are currently looking for volunteers. 

 

With Clean Your Streams 365, anyone can request to have specific stream locations cleaned by volunteers by this program by directly contacting Partners for Clean Streams. Sites to be cleaned are determined by criteria including; proximity to a stream, ease of access (physically approaching and removing trash; private or public property), amount of cleaning needed, safety of area (neighborhood, as well as items to be cleaned), and the ability to dispose of the trash. This program is made possible throught the Ohio EPA Recycle Ohio grant, NOAA Marine Debris Foundation, Toledo Community Foundation. Please help us keep our river ways clean, clear and safe!

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