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Wildcat Creek at Verde Trash Assessment

Verde Elementary 2000 Giaramita St, Richmond, CA

Join The Watershed Project and CivicSpark in a trash assessment of Wildcat Creek near Verde Elementary School. Activities include education about the Wildcat Creek watershed's health and history with a special emphasis on environmental justice. During the trash assessment trash and debris will be bagged and recorded on a tally sheet to help inform pollution […]

25th Anniversary Celebration – Join Us!

Rigger's Loft 1325 Canal Blvd, Richmond, CA

$35 EARLY BIRD TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW!  REGISTER HERE. Hi Watershed Lovers! We are excited to invite you to join us for The Watershed Project’s 25th Anniversary Party and benefit concert. We will have a taco bar, beer, wine and great music by Barrio Manouche for a night of rumba and flamenco gypsy jazz. Rock The Bay: Celebrating […]


Sutter Avenue Block Party!

Join The Watershed Project and the City of San Pablo for a block party and demonstration of bicycle and pedestrian improvements along Sutter Ave! Enjoy refreshments, activities, and games for kids while you learn about the features that will improve bicycle and pedestrian safety on Sutter Ave. See what the finished project will look like […]

The Story of Plastic virtual screening and discussion

Tune into a searing expose of the environmental and human impacts of plastic production and discuss strategies for reducing plastics About this event The Story of Plastic shows how major consumer brands profit from investing in unnecessary single-use packaging at the expense of the environment and communities of color. The film documents the lifecycle impacts […]

Webinar – Green Friday: Peter Mangarella on a Local Trout Restoration Effort

Come hear about a project to reconnect the Wildcat Creek watershed from the headwaters in Tilden Park to the Bay and restore steelhead to the watershed. Trout Unlimited has partnered with the Contra Costa County Flood Control District, the Watershed Project, and FlowWest Consultants on this project. They have a vision of restoring steelhead (rainbow) […]

Coastal Cleanup Day Shimada Friendship Park

Ocean protection starts with trash detection! Help gather data about where our trash comes from! Join The Watershed Project and County Supervisor John Gioia at Shimada Friendship Park for California's 36th annual Coastal Cleanup Day!   Tickets are limited. Register Here

Coastal Cleanup at Wildcat Creek and Fish Ladder Visioning Workshop

Verde Elementary 2000 Giaramita St, Richmond, CA

Help restore Wildcat Creek with family, friends and neighbors and hear about plans for improving creek habitat for fish. About this event Celebrate Coastal Cleanup Day with The Watershed Project, North Richmond residents and local environmental organizations! We'll kick things off with a cleanup and community science event to remove pollutants from the creek channel […]