Centennial Day of Service – Learn the Facts that Fuel the Project

Leaves + water = algae = dead fish Leaves, grass and pet waste release phosphorus into our lakes and rivers, which feeds algae. When this kind of organic debris isn’t bagged and properly composted, it runs through storm drains and directly into our waterways, turning our clear water green. This depletes the oxygen in the […]

Invite Your Friends and Family to River Valleys’ Centennial Day of Service

Girls cleaning up leaves

Invite your friends and family to take part in River Valleys’ Centennial Day of Service: 2012 Take Action Project on Saturday, October 13. Registration for friends and family will begin on June 23. Your entire community can take part in this water clean-up effort, so spread the word! For more information, contact your local Centennial […]

Be a Part of Something Big

Join your sister Girl Scouts for the Centennial Day of Service: 2012 Take Action Project. On Saturday, October 13, River Valleys will host the largest environmental service project in our history, a community clean-up for water quality. With the generous support of 3M and consultation from expert partners such as the Freshwater Society, Friends of the […]