On Saturday, August 20th, 2022 join Autrey Mill Nature Preserve for a City of Johns Creek initiative as they encourage their citizens to clean up the City’s namesake – Johns Creek. Homeowners and their neighbors along the creek are encouraged to venture into their backyards to help with the project. Debris and litter collected may be brought to Autrey Mill Nature Preserve on the day of the event, where we will properly dispose of the waste. We will be joined by the North American Native Fish Association (NANFA) for an on-site demo and information session. If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Timeline of the Day
- 9:00 AM – Meet at Autrey Mill Nature Preserve under the Upper Pavilion. Please see the map below.
- 9:15 AM – Safety Talk and Distribution of supplies
- 9:30 AM – We will caravan over to John’s Creek where we will start collecting litter.
- 11:15 AM – We will bring our collected litter back to Autrey Mill where participants will sort, categorize, and weigh and Autrey Mill staff will upload the data to the Rivers Alive Database.
- 12 PM – Wrap up
How do I register?
Registration is free and you can register online here!
What should I bring?
Expect to get wet! Please come prepared with rain boots, waders, etc.
What does Autrey Mill supply?
We supply trash bags, gloves, and grabbers.
Participants must be 12 or over.
Participants ages 12-17 must be accompanied by a parent or adult chaperone. Children under 18 are not permitted to be dropped off, an adult must be present.