Trinity Trash Bash Waterway Clean up
Registration Now Closed
Nov 9, 2019
City wide clean up and Texas Arbor Day Celebration event onsite!
Save the Date! 2019 Trinity Trash Bash: Saturday, November 9th 8am-12pm
KLB is currently looking for sponsors for this waterway clean up event. Sponsorship levels vary and go towards providing valuable supplies for our volunteers to go out and clean designated areas across the city. These supplies include litter grabbers, trash bags, safety vests, gloves, water, and more.
If you would like to become a sponsor of this event, please contact our office by calling 972-538-5949 or email us at email@example.com. You can also donate online through our Paypal button, below.
Current sponsors include:
Current door prize donors include:
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Previous Trash Bash Results:
A big thank you to everyone who came out and volunteered with Keep Lewisville Beautiful on Saturday, November 11th for our annual waterway cleanup at Lake Park! We had 442 volunteers participate who helped remove almost 4 TONS of trash from local waterways.
Event trophy winners included:
EA Engineering: Adult Small Group NCTC Environmental Biology Class- Adult Large Group
Girl Scout Troops 3533 and 4910- Youth large group Globally Green FMHS- Youth small group
Most Unusual Item: EA Engineering found an empty trombone case and $100 bill
History: Hoping to raise awareness and appreciation of the Trinity River, Lewisville Lake, their respective shorelines, and 16 local creeks that feed into these waterways, Keep Lewisville Beautiful (KLB) partners with Keep Texas Beautiful, Keep America Beautiful, and the City of Lewisville to host an annual Trinity Trash Bash Celebration to clean our waterways.
Both the Trinity River and Lewisville Lake play an enormous role in supplying water to many Texans. The Trinity River is 715 miles long—its collection basin covers 17 counties, 17,965 square miles and is the primary water source for over 6 million Texans in the upper basin and 5 million Texans in the gulf coast region. That’s over half of the states population! The Trinity River and its water basin also accounts for nearly 6% of our State’s landmass. Lake Lewisville is part of the Elm Fork of the Trinity River and is comprised of over 233 miles of shoreline and 9,000 protected acres of nature. In addition to providing drinking water to Denton and Dallas County communities, Lake Lewisville is also a recreational area with a multitude of activities available, such as fishing, water sports, boating, biking, and miles of scenic hiking trails. It has even been named the official "Urban Bass Fishing Capital of Texas”.
KLB supplies participants with cleaning supplies, waterway education, free t-shirts, and goody bags as well as door prizes to show our appreciation for all of our volunteers who participate.
KLB is one of 42+ regional affiliates that works with T.R.E.E.S. (Trinity River Environmental Education Society) to help promote the Trinity Trash Bash and clean waterways in Texas.