Along with some of the Broad River Watershed Association's floats, we coordinate river clean ups with Rivers Alive. Rivers Alive is an annual volunteer waterway cleanup. Each year we try to organize a river clean up with our May Shoal Lily Float (from Highway 17 to Highway 79) and our fall float (from Highway 29 to Highway 281).
Keeping a watershed clean and healthy is important for preserving it for future use by people and wildlife including for drinking water, recreational use like canoeing / kayaking, fishing, and swimming.
Learn More at Rivers Alive