Cleaning & Conserving the Arroyo

Aug 15, 2011

Add a little do-gooding to your  morning stroll by participating in an Arroyo Seco Summer Clean Up. The Arroyo Seco stream is a primary contributor to Pasadena’s water supply, not to mention a place of beauty where thousands of us walk, jog, ride, bird-watch and practice fly-fishing and archery. The Arroyo Seco Foundation is hosting this restorative clean-up session to conserve and de-clutter our watershed. Participants will join Tim Martinez, outreach coordinator, Wilson Lau, watershed coordinator, and USC students as they march down the central Arroyo stream collecting trash, removing invasive species and enhancing the natural stream. Be sure to wear sturdy shoes, working clothes, a hat and sunscreen. Tools and trash bags will be provided.

Arroyo Seco Foundation Summer Clean Up
Saturday, August 20th, 9 a.m.-11 a.m.
360 N. Arroyo Blvd., Pasadena
Park at the south end of Brookside Parking Lot I near the Aquatic Center and meet at the picnic tables in the south end of the Rose Bowl Aquatic Center. For more information, contact Wilson Lau at




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