Bear Creek Stewardship Day
Bear Creek Stewardship Day is a biannual event that brings Rogue Valley communities together!
This community-wide trash clean-up and riparian restoration event happens in April (for Earth Day) and September from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, with check-in starting at 8:30 AM. Check-in locations from Central Point to Ashland are hosted by various organizations, businesses, and agencies. Find out about our awesome partners here.
Our next event is on Saturday, April 20th, 2024!
For registration and to learn more, visit the Bear Creek Stewards website.
Adopt-A-Greenway – Pine Street
Stream Smart is the adoptee of the Bear Creek Greenway from Pine Street to Upton Road. As part of Jackson County Park’s Adopt-A-Greenway program, activities along adopted sections, such as trash clean-ups, invasive weed removal, planting, and other restoration efforts should happen on a monthly basis. Stream Smart is working with a Crater High School intern to develop an Adopt-A-Greenway plan for the Pine Street to Upton Road section of the Greenway. If you would like to be involved in monthly efforts or have ideas for activities, please contact Amie Siedlecki, Natural Resources Coordinator for the Rogue Valley Council of Governments: asiedlecki(at)rvcog.org.
Need help organizing your own event, or would you like to collaborate with Stream Smart?
Contact Amie Siedlecki, Natural Resources Coordinator for the Rogue Valley Council of Governments, for help with coordination and/or materials and supplies: asiedlecki(at)rvcog.org.