Want to help? Here are three ways to get involved with Xstream Cleanup this year:

1. Register for one of the events listed on the right side of this page. Trust us, it'll be fun!

2. Organize a small cleanup with a group of friends. Learn more.

3.  Orchestrate an Xstream Cleanup. Learn more.


Xstream Cleanup now provides more ways for you to make a difference! A variety of events held throughout the year have replaced the annual, large-scale cleanup previously held in August.

Check the list located on the right side of this page for links to great environmental events to get you moving. We’ll update this page quarterly and send an email to all our followers with upcoming opportunities—so subscribe by entering your email in the box above.

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The work of Xstream Cleanup volunteers receives important support from many important, longtime sponsors.

Visit our Sponsors Page to see who's making a difference!


Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities
Organize a 2018 event of your own!
We'll help you make it a success!

8/25/18 (Sat) 9:00-11:00am
Stream Cleanup - Bettendorf
Duck Creek Cleanup
Join the Bettendorf Natural Resources Committee as they cleanup Duck Creek in Bettendorf. Meet at the Middle Park Lagoon Shelter. Email: to register

9/1/18 (Sat) 8:00-11:00am
Watershed Cleanup - Mt. Joy
Crow Creek Wildlife Management Area
Volunteers needed to cleanup up the watershed (pond & creek) as well as the wooded area surrounding Crow Creek Wildlife Area in Mount Joy north of Davenport. Email William Schultz - to register.

9/15/18 (Sat) 8:00-11:30am
Duck Creek - Davenport
Duck Creek Wild stream cleanup
Volunteers with canoes and canoeing experience are welcome and encouraged to participate, as we will be cleaning from within Duck Creek and along its banks. Register HERE

9/20/18 (Sat) 8:00-11:30am
Storm Drain Marking - Davenport
United Way Day of Caring
Marking storm drains helps to educate and remind the community that simple measures such as picking up litter, or not dumping in the drain, helps to protect local water quality. Register HERE