Napa River Cleanup

Volunteer to help clean up Napa River!

Litter is one of the largest forms of pollution. It harms wildlife, contaminates our streams, and can be a threat to human health. Litter from local streets gets into our storm drain system, is washed into our local waterways, and eventually is carried out to the San Francisco Bay and into the ocean.

YOU can help! We invite YOU to take action in keeping the and the Napa River healthy! Participate in the cleanup at Kennedy Park from 9am – 11:30am on Saturday, March 16.


  • Site: Welcome table will be located at Kennedy Park near the boat launch
  • Gear:  BYO buckets, gloves, and grabbers if you got ’em! Buckets, gloves, and limited trash grabbers will be provided if needed. Wear sunscreen and clothes that you are willing to get dirty. And please; closed-toe shoes only (waterproof/boots a plus)!
  • Water: Though we will provide water, in the interest of conserving resources and stopping the cycle of plastic waste in our waterways, we encourage you to bring your own water in re-usable containers.
  • Waiver: Participants under 18 are required to have a liability waiver form signed by a parent or legal guardian before they can participate, and children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Waiver available at:

Learn more about this event at Napa County RCD’s website.