Sacramento River Roads & Landings Cleanup, Sunday, March 1, 9-11am

Join the Sac River Trust staff, board members and other River Rep volunteers at our monthly

Sacramento River Roads & Landings Cleanup

SUNDAY,  March 1, 2014

9-11 am




The Sac River Trust adopted the West Sacramento Avenue county road in December of 2013 as part of the Adopt-A-Highway program. SRPT will be conducting cleanups at Scotty’s Landing, Indian Fishery, River Road, Washout, the Big Chico Creek Access Area, and along West Sacramento Avenue, on the first SUNDAY of every month in 2014.



Meet at Indian Fishery, At the corner of West Sacramento Avenue and River Road. See the map at the bottom of this post. We will clean many areas near our meeting place and along River Road.

More directions and details about Indian Fishery Day Use Area:


When: SUNDAY, March 1, 2014

We will meet at the Indian Fishery parking lot at 9:00am and work for 2-hours until 11:00am every first SUNDAY of the month. (Next one: TBD)



You, of course! If you are interested in volunteering please fill out our volunteer form online (here) or just show up on Saturday morning and we will have release and interest forms available.

Bags, vests, hard-hats and trash pickers are provided by the Butte County Public Works Department. Coffee and pastries are graciously provided by Beatnik’s Coffeehouse & Breakfast Joint.


What to Wear / Bring: IMPORTANT!

Please come in good walking/hiking shoes, with appropriate clothing layers for the weather. Please bring a personal water bottle and a small snack if you are not planning to join us at Scotty’s after the cleanup.

For Fun: Feel free to bring binoculars, cameras or other activities to do while we are outside enjoying some our local state recreation areas.


Scotty’s River Rep Social : FUN!

No host lunch at Scotty’s Landing after the cleanup from 11:00am-12:00pm.


Detailed Location – Directions: JUST IN CASE!

From Chico: take West Sacramento Ave. 5 miles until it intersects with River Road; Indian Fishery straight ahead and Scotty’s is to the right.

From I-5: take the Highway 32 exit at Orland. Proceed East on Highway 32 and turn right on River Road. Continue down River Road past Scotty’s about 1/4-mile and just before the intersection with West Sacramento Avenue Indian Fishery will be on your right.

More directions and details about Indian Fishery Day Use Area:

“Indian Fishery Day Use Area”
Indian Fishery is an ox bow lake surrounded by a beautiful oak woodland. This is a wonderful area to picnic, bird watch, fish, hike or simply enjoy the wildlife that abounds in the ox bow lake. It is common to observe river otters darting through the water, turtles basking on a fallen tree or herons stalking a meal. Visit Indian Fishery and enjoy the grandeur of massive oaks and the rapidly disappearing river habitat. ”


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