A smiling volunteer cleaning up a stream in Raleigh.

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In 2019, volunteers collected more than 14,000 pounds of trash from Raleigh's waterways. Their hard work plays a huge role in reducing water pollution to streams, lakes, and rivers in North Carolina. 

You can help too! Volunteer with us for the day or on a more long-term basis. Once you find the program that's right for you, we'll provide everything you need to get started.

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Are you interested in volunteering? Fill out the registration form. Stream cleanup registration is separate / available when we have an event scheduled. 

Video: Volunteer Feature

Stormwater Volunteer Feature: Julie Atashi

Hear from Julie Atashi, a long-time stormwater volunteer, who works with her students to clean up the stream near the Follow the Child Montessori school. 



Joyce Gaffney
Environmental & Sustainability Specialist 

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