Clark Public Utilities is keeping the lights on…and our local utility company is also making sure that the North Bank’s beautiful and vital natural habitats are restored and maintained with the StreamTeam, a volunteer-driven program that proactively addresses the problems facing the Salmon Creek watershed.
Since the program started in 1992, more than 700,000 native trees have been planted, tons of litter has been removed, and 120 acres of land have been restored by dedicated people like you. StreamTeam members come from a myriad of backgrounds including utility employees, Stream Stewards, AmeriCorps members, scout groups, college students, youth groups, and many, many individuals.
StreamTeam will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with an annual service event to be held from 8:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 19—rain or shine or anything in between! The StreamTeam and AmeriCorp need volunteers of all ages to help plant native trees as part of the National Day of Service honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with volunteer activities across the country. To sign up, call 360-992-8585 or e-mail email@example.com.