The 2015 Schedule page has been updated. Just in case you had already added some dates to your personal calendars, here is what has moved: The Gorgas cleanup has moved from May 22 to June 5, to avoid the Memorial Day conflict. Read More
More than 120 volunteers hit the shores of Valley Creek on Saturday in Midfield and Bessemer to pick up trash and debris during the Renew Our Rivers annual Valley creek cleanup. It was the fourth year for the cleanup and volunteers came from Midfield, Fairfield and Minor high Read More
The cleanup at Village Creek scheduled for September 10 through 13 is being bumped back a week. (Here is the updated 2014 schedule.) The in-water clean up will now be Thursday the 18th and Friday the 19th, as volunteers will pick up debris and items in the creek. We will begin Read More
Please note that the details for the Lake Demopolis cleanup have changed on the 2014 Schedule. It’s been moved back a week, and there is a new coordinator. October 10-11 —————————-Lake Demopolis Volunteers should report Read More
Renew Our Rivers has grown from a single river cleanup event in Gadsden to a nationally recognized campaign that includes Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and the Florida panhandle, six river systems and brings together more than 10,000 volunteers.
Alabama Power, with the help of volunteers around the Southeast, removed more than 12 million pounds of trash from 2000 to 2012 through Renew Our Rivers. The trash and debris removed includes bottles and cans to tires, water heaters, refrigerators and boats.
You can count on Alabama Power to continue working hard to make Alabama a better place to live.
Sign up to volunteer along the lake nearest you during Renew Our Rivers. Contact the coordinator listed on the schedule for details and directions.