8TH ANNUAL RED RIVER CLEANUP

NOVEMBER 4TH 2017 8AM-2PM

Stoner Boat Launch, Shreveport 

FLYING HEART 3rd ANNUAL BREWS & BOOS 5K

Join us for our 3rd Annual Brews and Boos 5k. This year we have partnerned with RED RIVER CLEANUP to help them continue their mission of waterway conservation and education. 
With your registration, not only are you helping support Red River CleanUp, you get a cool t-shirt AND a free beer at the tasting room. So even if you don't plan on running, you can still sign-up, help-out, and drink-free!


$20 Early registration is open until Saturday, September 23rd
$25 Registration from September 24 until October 13
$30 Day of Race

All ages welcome. 1st and 2nd place trophies will be awarded in all age groups. 1st place overall male and female winners will receive a custom trophy and $20 in beer tokens!
(You are only guaranteed a shirt if you register early!)


FUN


Are you a go giver and love everything conservation and community?

We would love to meet you! Contact us at 

Lisa@RedRiverCleanup.com



38,240 pounds removed in 2016

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2017 MAJOR EVENT SPONSORS

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COMING UP NEXT.....

Fun is a big part of our mission and after everyone has picked up their share of trash, volunteers are rewarded with free lunch donated by local restaurants and awarded prizes in our Crazy Trash Find contest. 

 

87, 676 lbs of trash removed since 2010 

On the first Saturday of November, residents from Shreveport and Bossier show their community pride by gathering along the Red River to remove trash and debris from the water and it's surrounding areas. 
A clean river and banks is not only pleasing to the eye but promotes a healthy city. 
The Red River Cleanup promotes watershed education which zeroes in on how the trash got to the river and what to do to prevent it.

Want to join the crew?

CONGRATULATIONS to 

Li Diliberto Brown


She is the winner of our first ever t-shirt design contest.


Li is a talented established artist from Puerto Rico.



Her well known Red Cow With Wings has been a favorite amongst Shreveporters and Bossier Citians for many years.