We partnered with Congaree Riverkeeper to clean Gills Creek at Crowson Road and Trenholm Plaza. Thanks to our volunteers who helped us pick up over 1.000 pounds of trash! Thanks also to Canoeing for Kids who provided canoes for our clean up crew. Join us at our next clean up on November 18!
Join us for our Annual Meeting at Hunter Gatherer at the Hangar Nov 2, 5:15-8pm. This year, our meeting will include a guided walk to Owens Field, live music, GCWA Highlights, and Board Elections.
Join us as we clean up our Adopt-a-Highway road, Fort Jackson Blvd. November 18.
This program recognizes residents in the watershed who are taking steps to improve water quality and environmental habitat in Gills Creek through actions they take in their own gardens and yards. Collectively, we can clean our waters and improve our environment, and thus our health, by creating a continuous corridor of rich habitat. This benefits wildlife and humans alike, contributes to the greater good, and creates sustainable personal space for home life, work, and play. Our children will grow up exploring and reveling in the natural world – in their own back yards, or in public access to the waters of Gills Creek and its feeder streams.
To be certified as a Watershed Champion, you must confirm that you are taking certain steps, which are outlined in the certification application. Are you ready to get started? Fill out the application now!
Please click on the map to see the current water level of Gills Creek.
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