• A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 6 people are interested

16th Annual Love Your River Day Community Clean Up

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The Santa Fe Watershed Association

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 6 people are interested

  • Join SFWA for a socially-distanced community River and Arroyo cleanup! This year, our annual Love Your River Day will happen over the course of three days to allow volunteers to schedule a convenient time to help out. On FEBRUARY 12 from 9:00-11:30 we plan to hold an on site registration at Frenchy's Field Barn. COVID spikes may cancel this part of the event. For event updates or cancelations visit our Santa Fe Watershed Association website (santafewatershed.org) or FaceBook
  • Reliable masks MUST be worn to enter the barn for registration.

  • Be sure to register online, its required and we will be drawing one lucky winner for a fabulous Valentine themed gift basket. There is sure to be chocolate.

  • Registration Link: https://forms.gle/5ctX63dS3PFipyQ46

We have SIX miles of the Santa Fe River to clean so there should be plenty for everyone.

What to bring:

Warm clothes:
extra pair of socks if your feet get a tad wet. Some parts of the river are wet.
Sturdy work shoes :
River from Camino Alire upstream usually has some water or ice in it at this time of year.
Work gloves
Trash bags

Can I clean an Arroyo?
Yes! See our registration page for ideas.

What to do with the trash?
FAQ's are included on our registration page.

What Part River Needs Cleaning?
Suggested locations are included on our registration page.
We're looking forward to seeing you there!


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About The Santa Fe Watershed Association


1413 2ND ST STE 3, SANTA FE, NM 87505, US

Mission Statement

Established in 1997 , t he mission of the Santa Fe Watershed Association is to protect and restore the health and vibrancy of the Santa Fe River and its watershed for the benefit of people and the environment. We achieve this through education, restoration, stewardship, and advocacy. From the River’s headwaters to the Rio Grande, we honor the connection of people and the watershed.


The Santa Fe area faces the ongoing danger of catastrophic fire in our overgrown upper watershed, above the City drinking supply reservoirs. Management of the forests that safeguard the reservoirs has been an important theme for the Watershed Association, but in the past few years we have given new attention to the middle and lower stretches of the river. In particular, we are advocating restoration of consistent flow to the river to support vegetation and wildlife habitat, while recharging the groundwater. We are striving to create a sense of responsibility and common interest among all residents of the watershed. Additionally, our education programs have provided opportunities for locals to experience the Santa Fe River and its watershed through both school and public programs. Programs are designed to highlight a variety of ecosystems and explore ways that humans impact water and water impacts humans.

Children & Youth


Fri Feb 11, 2022 - Sun Feb 13, 2022
08:00 AM - 05:00 PM


Patrick Smith Park toSiler Road BridgeIn person only Feb 12 at Frenchy's Field BarnSanta Fe, NM 87505




  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Must be at least 1
  • 45 minutes to 2+ hrs - your choice.
  • Dress warmly, wear sensible shoes, bring work gloves and don't forget your MASK!

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