The Tenth Annual Cow Creek Byway Cleanup is held this year in conjunction with the South County Teen Leadership Project and Riddle High School. “Although we’ve had student participation from Riddle High School in the past, this is the first time that student leaders are actively running the clean-up,” said Ariel Hiller, Volunteer Coordinator for BLM. “When you volunteer for this event, you support your community and the county’s upcoming leaders. BLM is committed to developing our future leaders and hopes this clean-up partnership continues into the future,” continued Hiller.
Please join us for a fall day of fun along the Cow Creek Back Country Byway. Bring water, sturdy shoes, snacks, and work gloves. BLM will provide grabbers and trash bags. Volunteers may receive a free federal day use area coupon for participation in the cleanup. Work begins at
9:00 a.m. and will end by early afternoon. Additional information about the BLM is available online at:
For more information: Ariel Hiller 541.464.3356 or firstname.lastname@example.org