Passport to Clean Water- Now at Confluence Trash Bash!
Join us at North Riverfront Park on April 8th as we celebrate volunteer watershed cleanup efforts!
Confluence Trash Bash volunteers and members of the public are encouraged to join us for Passport to Clean Water and a free picnic lunch from 11 AM – 1 PM after your cleanups.
Passport to Clean Water is an educational event with conservation-focused activity booths for kids. Each participant will be given a ‘passport’ and receive a stamp for each booth they visit. Once their passport is full of stamps, they can return it in exchange for a small prize! Featured at this year’s Passport to Clean Water are the St. Louis Aquarium Foundation, Stream Teams United, SLU WATER Institute, and more! This event is open to kids of all ages.
Questions about how to get involved? Please contact Emily Girschick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Open Space Council coordinates Confluence Trash Bash with help from our partners at Great Rivers Greenway, MSD Project Clear, the Missouri Stream Teams, EarthWays Center, St. Louis County Parks, and many other community groups across the region.