Project Clean Stream

This year’s official Project Clean Stream Day will be April 1, 2017 — No Fooling! Cleanups will take place all Spring, from March 1 to June 9!

Every spring, tens of thousands of volunteers come together to pick up trash from local streams, creeks, rivers, parks, and neighborhoods as part of the Alliance’s Project Clean Stream — the largest cleanup event in the Chesapeake Bay region! Cleanups take place across the entire Chesapeake watershed, in all 6 Bay states and DC.

Through Project Clean Stream, the Alliance offers hands-on opportunities for other environmental organizations, local businesses and governments, community groups, houses of worship, schools and universities, and residents to take action to make a true impact and nurture a lasting personal stewardship and commitment to the environment, clean water, and Chesapeake Bay watershed restoration. Through our Project Clean Stream cleanups, volunteers have the opportunity to dig, plant, pick-up trash, and discover how their everyday decisions affect the overall health of their local waterways, and the Bay.

The Alliance coordinates local site cleanups, trains site captains, and provides cleanup supplies such as trash bags and gloves and arranges trash removal after the cleanup work is finished.

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QUESTIONS? Contact Ted Wolfe at,  or call us at 443-949-0575.

Our 2017 Goal: 100,000 volunteers at 4,000 sites to clean up 4 million pounds of trash!

Project Clean Stream
Project Clean Stream

In 2016, Project Clean Stream brought in approximately 3.3 MILLION lbs of trash with more than 74,000 volunteers across 3,700 cleanup sites!

Ted Wolfe Program Assistant, Maryland & DC Office

Ted is the Alliance's Maryland Program Assistant. He coordinates and/or helps assist the Maryland State Director in all Maryland programs and projects.

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