Skip Main Navigation
Page Content
This event has ended

RIVER, LAKES, BAYS ‘N BAYOUS 21st ANNUAL TRASH BASH

Bayou Preservation Association

Saturday, March 29, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM (CDT)

Ticket Information

Type End Quantity
Trash Bash Ended Free  

Who's Going

Loading your connections...

Share RIVER, LAKES, BAYS ‘N BAYOUS 21st ANNUAL TRASH BASH

Event Details

A wave of community and Bayou Preservation Association (BPA) volunteers will flood Collins Park to tackle the debris and clean up trash along Cypress Creek at the 21st Annual River, Lakes, Bays ‘N Bayous Trash Bash® on Saturday, March 29 at 8:00am. Trash Bash promotes environmental stewardship of the Galveston Bay Watershed through public education by utilizing hands-on educational tools and proactive events. 

 

Managed by the Texas Conservation Fund with support from the Houston-Galveston Area Council, Trash Bash has grown from seven sites and 3,000 volunteers to 16 sites across the Houston-Galveston region with more than 5,000 volunteers annually, earning the title of the largest single-day waterway cleanup event in the state. Last year alone, the half-day event brought together 5,012 volunteers to clean more than 167 miles of shoreline, collect 49 tons of trash, recycle 5,827 pounds of collected materials and gather 483 tires for recycling.


Have questions about RIVER, LAKES, BAYS ‘N BAYOUS 21st ANNUAL TRASH BASH? Contact Bayou Preservation Association

When & Where


Donald R.Collins Park
6727 Cypresswood Dr
Spring, TX 77379

Saturday, March 29, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM (CDT)


  Add to my calendar

Organizer

Bayou Preservation Association

Our Mission is to protect and restore the richness and diversity of our waterways through activismadvocacycollaboration and education.

Activism

 

Bayou Preservation Association will respond to threats to our bayous and streams by grass-roots organizing, education, and promotion of alternatives to destructive channelization.

Advocacy

Bayou Preservation Association believes that there are viable, economically responsible alternatives to channelization for our region's storm water management, such as flood plain management and buy-out, regional detention basins, and natural models for stream bed modification.

Collaboration

Bayou Preservation Association is coordinating the clean up of area bayous, as well as planting trees along the banks of area bayous.

Education

Bayou Preservation Association provides information on bayous at festivals, seminars, professional meetings and through this website.

  Contact the Organizer

Interested in hosting your own event?

Join millions of people on Eventbrite.

Please log in or sign up

In order to purchase these tickets in installments, you'll need an Eventbrite account. Log in or sign up for a free account to continue.