Thank you for your interest in Renew our Rivers – Cahaba Cleanup 2019

What:  Renew our Rivers 2019 Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge

Where:  Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge; River Trace Road, West Blocton, Alabama 35184

When:  April 6th, 2019  8AM to 1 PM

Who:  Open to the Public; No age limit

About:  The Cahaba Cleanup 2019 will be held @ The Cahaba River National Wildlife Refuge (CRNWR) in West Blocton, Alabama on April 6th, 2019 between 8AM and 1PM.  We will be removing trash from the river, its banks, and those tributaries that are accessbile.  In exchange for a morning of hard work, we typically provide a light lunch of hot dogs and fruit/chips, gloves, water, sunscreen, and bug repellant, as well as a Renew our Rivers t-shirt.  

At the conclusion of the event, we will quantify the trash collected, and provide a few prizes for some specific awards (i.e. Most Unique, Oldest, Largest, Dirtiest, etc….).

What to Bring:  You are welcome to bring your own boat, or to use one of the boats provided to shuttle across the river and work the bank opposite of River Trace Road.  

You should also dress for the weather and expect to get dirty.  Appropriate shoes are very important.  We will have bug spray, gloves, and pick sticks, but you are encouraged to bring anything else that ensures your comfort.  

Additionally, if you have access to tables, chairs, coolers or pop-up shelters, please bring the day of the cleanup.

Your participation is vital to the success of the Cahaba Cleanup – 2019.  If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us @ or (205) 874-5623

Thanks in advance for your help in keeping the Cahaba beautiful

SOURCEThe Bibb Voice
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