WSU AFFLIATED ADOPT-A-STREAM GROUPS

Tuesday, March 1st from 8:00am to Saturday, December 31st, 2022 8:00pm (PT)

About

This volunteer opportunity is only open to WSU affiliated Adopt-A-Stream steward groups that are enrolled in the Adopt-A-Stream program through Palouse Conservation District. Groups interested in adopting a stream segment can find out more information here

The Pullman Adopt-A-Stream Program was started in 2011 by 
City of Pullman Stormwater Services, to engage community members, local businesses, and students in the preservation of healthy Palouse waterways through clean-up activities and annual maintenance. Similar to the Adopt-A-Highway Program, the streams that flow through the City of Pullman, Paradise Creek, South Fork Palouse River, Dry Fork Creek, and Missouri Flat Creek, have been divided into “adoptable” stream segments to be maintained by community groups or individuals.

As an Adopt-A-Stream steward, your group has committed to cleaning up your assigned segment 3 times annually. Upon enrollment in the program, your group agreed to provide a clean-up report after each event. Please fill out the report before submitting an impact through GivePulse, as this will verify your hours in the program. 
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As an Adopt-A-Stream steward, your group has committed to cleaning up your assigned segment 3 times annually. Upon enrollment in the program, your group agreed to provide a clean-up report after each event. Please ensure a representative has filled out the report before submitting an impact through GivePulse, as this will verify your hours in the program.