Did you know that the number one pollutant of our waterways is trash? Want to help do something about it?
Join us on Saturday, September 17th for Part 1 of the “Copeland Creek Revival,” and be a part of the community effort to reduce pollution, while beautifying a portion of this neighborhood creek.
Daily Acts is thrilled to be collaborating with the City of Rohnert Park to organize the first of two workdays to revive a section of the Copeland Creek corridor. This clean-up will occur along a section adjacent to Sonoma State University and Rancho Cotati High School making it a prime location for on-going educational value. Participants will gain hands-on experience with invasive species removal and gain an understanding of the importance of keeping our waterways clean.
Come meet neighbors, make friends and be a part of a larger movement to protect our planet and it’s resources. A delicious potluck lunch will be offered and kids are welcome!
When: Saturday, September 17th | 10am-2pm
Where: Copeland Creek, meet at Jasmine Circle Parklet: Between 1449 & 1455 Jasmine Circle.
Cost: Free, thanks to the City of Rohnert Park!
And help spread the word with this promotional flyer, thanks!