More than 180 volunteers removed 1,900-plus pounds of trash and debris during the recent fifth-annual Geronimo and Alligator creeks cleanup event, said event coordinators.
The event was coordinated by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Geronimo and Alligator Creeks Partnership and Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority as part of implementation efforts for the area’s watershed protection plan.
“This is a fun time when the community pulls together to clean up the creeks,” said Mike Urrutia, the river authority’s director of water quality services, Seguin. “Everyone involved has a great time.”
Learn more about the Geronimo and Alligator Creeks Watershed Partnership
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