WEAT Clean-Up provides opportunities for members to give back to our community by participating in organized clean-up events.
Texas River Cleanup Challenge
WHAT IS THE TEXAS RIVER CLEANUP CHALLENGE?
A friendly competition between WEAT sections (joint sections and student chapters included) while providing a positive impact locally. Cleanup challenge events are a great way to promote local environmental awareness, jump-start activities in your local WEAT section, and have fun while enhancing your local community.
WHO COORDINATES THE CHALLENGE EVENTS?
Volunteers from the local section/student chapter is needed to plan, organize, coordinate and lead the event. You can piggy back with other community cleanup efforts or you can host your own event.
HOW DO YOU ENTER?
Submit the information to River Cleanup Challenge’s Chair – Elle Frier at email@example.com for judging using the submission forms. You can submit for more than one event. Submission deadline for the 2018 challenge TBD.
WHEN DOES THE RIVER CHALLENGE TAKE PLACE?
The challenge event is on your schedule! Entries will be judged based on challenge event(s) occurring between April 1 to December 31 each year.
Water bottles, sun hat, bug spray, sunscreen, long pants, long sleeves, closed toed shoes/boots, gloves, dry change of clothes if you plan to get wet.
TRWD Trinity Trash Bash
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16TH – 8:00AM—11:00AM
- Waterside: 3720 Convair Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76109
- Supplies will be provided.
- Party Immediately Following at: The Shack—395 Purcey Street, Fort Worth 76102
- RSVP’s Appreciated: Contact Chris Vela or Elle Holbrook for more information!