We’re excited to announce that we’ll be spending summer 2021 celebrating all the ways Clark County’s streams, rivers, and lakes improve our quality of life.
The Watershed Celebration 2021 will run from July 4th through Labor Day as part of our ongoing effort to educate and engage community members in our work.
We’ll be collecting stories from the public about what Clark County’s waterways mean to you.
We’ll be asking our supporters to help spread the word on Facebook and Instagram.
Last, but not least, we’re looking for 10-20 volunteers to be our first ever set of Watershed Advocates. The role of the Watershed Advocate is to use email and social media to spread the word about the Watershed Alliance’s work. As one component of that, we’re hoping each Watershed Advocate will make a good faith effort to raise $250 for the Watershed Alliance between July 4th and Labor Day.
We have a great online tool to help make this possible.
One of the core principles we operate under is that we’re people powered. While that primarily has meant people-powered stewardship events where we plant trees, pull ivy, and clean up litter, the last few years has taught us the critical importance individual donors play in fueling our work to protect Clark County’s streams, rivers, and lakes.
Interested in learning more? Please check out some Frequently Asked Questions about being a Watershed Advocate and sign up if you’re interested.