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Stream Clean up -Saint Louis Zoo & Prairie Wolves #4394 & Saint Louis Count...
Fri, April 28, 2017, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM CDT
This is a family volunteer opportunity. Please use your best judgment, common sense and participate at your own risk.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
No, we just ask that all children are accompanied by an parent or guardian.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Each participant is in charge of thier own transportation. Carpooling will not be provided.
What can I bring into the event?
We will be picking up trash and debris along the Meramec River. There is a hike to the river so please wear appropriate shoes and clothes. Please bring wheelbarrows, gardening/work gloves, shovels, snacks and water.
Will there be a restroom?
Yes, there will be a porta potty in the parking lot.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please email Wanda Evans (email@example.com), Sarah O’Brien (Obrien@stlzoo.org) and Shannon Farrell (firstname.lastname@example.org).
What is Missouri stream team's history, and how can you learn more?
It all started in 1988 when a few forward-thinking anglers, fed up with unsightly trash disrupting their fishing in Roubidoux Creek, banded together to clean up the mess. Around that time, leaders in stream management envisioned a program that would involve citizens in river conservation. In 1989, inspired by ideas shared at the first Rivers and Streams Conference, the Missouri Stream Team Program was born. The Roubidoux Fly Fishers (Stream Team 1) began as a group of local anglers holding small cleanups on their favorite fishing stream. Since 1989, Stream Teams have been an impassioned voice for the protection of streams that Missourians rely on for clean drinking water, quality fishing, and first-class recreational opportunities. The Stream Team Program now boasts several thousand active Teams, with citizens participating in a variety of stream conservation activities. The three goals of the Stream Team Program are education, stewardship, and advocacy. Each Team puts a personal touch on achieving these goals through efforts in their own communities. The Program provides supplies and technical assistance, and Stream Teams provide the rest. All that is needed to join is a sincere interest in conservation and willingness to contribute time for the betterment of Missouri’s streams. Volunteers of all ages and abilities come to the Program from many backgrounds with one thing in common – a love of Missouri streams!
Follow I-44 to N Outer Rd in Meramec Township. Take exit 266 from I-44.
Left on N Outer Rd.
Right on Lewis Rd.
On the left you will see Lewis Memorial Chapel. Take the next right on Allen Rd.
***Drive slow there are walkers and horses on this road.***
If you went over the railroad tracks on Lewis, you missed your turn.
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West Tyson Park
St. Louis County West Tyson Park --- William Epstein Memorial Prairie --- Meramec River
131 North Outer Rd.
Eureka, MO 63025