Watershed Clean-up and Garlic Mustard Pull

Sat, 04/14/2018 - 10:00am - 2:00pm

Creek Sweep:  Every year, LFWA joins forces with the Alice Ferguson Foundation to help clean the entire Potomac River watershed.  Hundreds and hundreds of pounds of trash will be pulled out of the River and its tributaries and feeder creeks.  

Garlic Mustard Challenge:  Everyone loves a challenge.  Garlic mustard is an aggressive plant that is taking over the parks crowding out other wildflowers.  Along with cleaning the creek, we are also pulling this herb and bagging for disposal.

No need to stay the whole time.  Come for an hour or two, come on time, come late, leave early or stay the entire time - whatever suits your schedule is perfect for us.

We have bags and gloves to share.  Come prepared to get muddy!  Bring grabbers if you have some to reach trash in trees and other hard to get spots. 

Pre-approved for SSL hours for MCPS.  Perfect for all ages!

10:00 to 2:00 - Locations:

Bethesda Pool (Corner of Hillandale and Little Falls Parkway)

Little Falls Parkway between River Road and Mass Ave.  Park at the gravel parking lot  on LIttle Falls near the new town houses.

Willard Avenue Neighborhood Park (Willard Avenue and River Road).  Park on Willard Avenue or in the small parking lot off RIver.

 

9:00 to 12:00 - The Westmoreland Hills Garden Club will be manning stations at the following locations:

  • Little Falls Park at Massachusetts Avenue
  • End of Albemarle Street and Tournay Road
  • End of Elliott Road at the bridge over the creek

 

To learn more about the Alice Ferguson Potomac River Watershed Clean-up, CLICK HERE.

To learn more about the County Garlic Mustard Challenge, CLICK HERE.