Clark Fork River Cleanup Aug. 26
The Eastern Sanders County Conservation District will host the annual Clark Fork River Cleanup on Saturday, Aug. 26 from 8 a.m.-2 p.m., at the Sanders County Fairgrounds in Plains.
Volunteers of all ages are welcome. Volunteers will need to check in at the fairgrounds and sign a liability waiver before clean up can begin.
Volunteers can then spread out from there, along the river banks. Water and garbage bags will be provided, but ESCD asks volunteers to bring their own gloves and other protective measures. Republic Services is donating a dumpster that will be at the fairgrounds parking lot for all trash that is collected.
After the cleanup, pizza will be provided.
Register for the event at easternsanderscd.org.
Conservation Districts are political subdivisions with broad power and authority under the law to carry out programs that conserve soil and water. The Natural Streambed and Land Preservation Act, or the 310 Law, is administered through Conservation Districts and is one permit a person will need to conduct work in or near a perennially-flowing stream. To get a 310 joint application, please visit our website easternsanderscd.org, email email@example.com, call 406-830-8687, or stop by the office at 7487 HWY 200, Plains, to pick one up.