Celebrating its ninth year, The Woodlands Township’s Earth Day GreenUp brings the community together to beautify our parks, pathways, greenbelts, and waterways. It’s not too late to lend a helping hand this Saturday, March 23, joining with hundreds of others in the original #trashtagchallenge!
Simply show up at one of the eight participating parks between 8 and 10 a.m. to register and pickup supplies:
- Alden Bridge: Alden Bridge Park, 7725 Alden Bridge Drive
- Cochran’s Crossing: Shadowbend Park, 4995 Lake Woodlands Drive
- College Park: Harper’s Landing Park, 2 N. Blair Bridge Drive
- Creekside Park: Rob Fleming Aquatic Center, 6535 Creekside Forest Drive
- Grogan’s Mill: Sawmill Park, 2200 Millpark Drive
- Indian Springs: Falconwing Park, 5610 Rush Haven Drive
- Panther Creek: Ridgewood Park, 4192 Interfaith Way
- Sterling Ridge: Cranebrook Park, 11800 Cranebrook Drive
PLEASE NOTE: All minors will need a parent/legal guardian to sign the waiver to participate – print one here to bring to the check-in location if a child will be volunteering with a group separate from their parent/legal guardian.
All can join the after-party at Northshore Park from 11am to 1pm!
After the clean-up, gather for live music, entertainment, and pizza! Clean-up participants can claim their t-shirt and free slice of Papa John’s pizza. Everyone can enjoy the Buck Yeager Band and entertainment by Mr. Cirque the Acrobat.
Periodic rain showers are forecasted for Saturday. The event will be held rain or shine. In the event of lightning, we ask that volunteers remain in their vehicle or the park pavilion until it passes. Should severe weather cause a cancellation we will notify all volunteers via email as well as the event page on The Township website and the Township Parks and Recreation Facebook page.
Click here for more information or contact Environmental Services at 281-210-3800 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to our sponsors: Keep Texas Beautiful, Waste Management, Berkeley Services, HEB, The Woodlands Joint Powers Agency (WJPA), Nature’s Way Resources, The Howard Hughes Corporation, The Woodlands G.R.E.E.N. and Papa John’s!