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Warner Robins, Georgia - Warner Robins area residents will “wade” into Bay Gall Creek as part of the continuing statewide campaign to clean and preserve over 70,000 miles of Georgia’s rivers and streams. The effort will be part of Rivers Alive, a program of the Georgia Environmental Protection Division. The annual Georgia Waterway Cleanup is expected to once again be the largest single volunteer effort to beautify Georgia’s water resources.

Volunteers in Warner Robins will stage their cleanup at 9:00 a.m. on April 20, 2024 at Wellston Trail/Corder Road.  They will be joining an estimated 12,000 other volunteers statewide participating in the annual river cleanup. This year, over 200 cleanups will collect trash and debris in streams, rivers, lakes, wetlands and the ocean from the Conasauga River in North Georgia to the St. Mary’s River in the South.

Last year, Keep Warner Robins volunteers joined more than 10,000 volunteers across the state who, despite a challenging year, cleaned more than 600 miles of waterways and removed more than 401,285 pounds of trash and garbage including tires, plastic bottles, shopping carts and refrigerators from Georgia’s waterways.  Rivers Alive 2024 is expected to involve thousands more volunteers as it continues to be one of the South’s largest waterway cleanup efforts.

To volunteer, contact Keep Warner Robins Beautiful at or 478-929-7258.