Tag: cleanup

Dirt From the Field – April 2011

April! I am so ready for warm weather. Not that it has anything to do with Watson Woods Preserve, but on Saturday (April 2), Kris (my wife and our office manager) and I took a ride on our motorcycle out to Skull Valley for lunch and scenery. It was the first time in about two

Read More »

The Importance of Cleaning Up Our Creeks

After getting back from spring break week in the North West, I’m a little water-jealous. I had to opportunity to view rivers as wide as our lakes flowing with snow-melt and spring rains. Prescott may not have the same sort of large, perennially flowing rivers, but we do have nine creeks and many tributaries throughout

Read More »

One Man’s Treasure

Most days I walk to the office along the Greenways trails passing Miller and Butte Creeks. In my travels I often pass birds, dogs, college students hurrying to class, high school students in less of a hurry, and an interesting variety of trash. This morning it was mostly a combination of plastic bags, glass bottles,

Read More »

Granite Creek Cleanup 2011 Logo Design Contest

Prescott Creeks is seeking entries for a logo to represent the 2011 Granite Creek Cleanup on April 23, 2011. Every year hundreds of area residents and visitors participate in making Prescott a better place for all of us by removing tons of trash from local creeks, floodplains, and lakes. Your logo could help to make

Read More »
Scroll to Top