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13th Annual Pullman Stream Clean-Up

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Saturday, Apr 22, 2017
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM PDT
Spring Street Park (corner of Spring Street and College Street), Pullman, WAMap Location

The mission of PCEI is to increase citizen involvement in decisions that affect our region's environment. Through hands-on volunteering, students will increase their awareness in the areas of watershed restoration, environmental education, and sustainable living.

Opportunity Description:  Join PCEI and City of Pullman Stormwater Services for this annual community stewardship event to keep Pullman clean and green. Participants will be assigned to a stream section and remove garbage and recyclables from local waterways and adjacent paths. Meet at Spring Street Park, next to the Skate Park and dress for the weather! This event takes place rain or shine. T-shirts available to the first 200 volunteers. FREE food and refreshments available! **Please note that you MUST register for this event at Select the Annual Pullman Stream Clean-Up and fill out the rest of the form** If you do not pre-register, you may not be guaranteed a spot. 

Can’t wait to see you there!

Days/Times: Saturday April 22nd 2017, 10:00am—1:00pm

Location: Spring Street Park (corner of Spring Street and College Street), Pullman, WA


  • Registration: Volunteers MUST register for this event at
  • Other Requirements: Students are responsible for bringing a Record of Civic Engagement Form to each time they are on site or at the community agency where they are serving. Additionally, students are required to obtain the appropriate signature from their community partner supervisor. Students can pick up a blank form at the CCE office (CUB LL48) on the main WSU Campus or online here.
    • Completed hours may be submitted online here.  Select 'Palouse Clearwater Environmental Institute' under the Service Partner drop down and complete the form.

Contact: For additional information about upcoming events, email the PCEI Outreach Coordinator at