Upcoming Cleanups

One person can make a difference. Become one of our team of 1,000+ volunteers to clean the Tennessee River watershed. There are plenty of chances to take part in this urgent work!

 
 
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Sevierville, tn - sept. 7

This ‘Dive for the Eagles’ event will be a unique cleanup, as we partner with the American Eagle Foundation and Keep Sevier Beautiful. Scuba divers and shoreline volunteers will clean Douglas Lake following the Labor Day holiday.

 
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The shoals, al - sept. 21, 2019

KTNRB will support the 4th annual Tennessee River Litter Tournament hosted by Keep the Shoals Beautiful on Pickwick Lake. This is not one to miss!

 
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lenoir city, tn - sept. 28, 2019

Join Keep the Tennessee River Beautiful and Living Lands & Waters as we continue a two-day cleanup effort, launching from Lenoir City Park.

 
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Knoxville, tn - sept. 29, 2019

Join Keep the Tennessee River Beautiful and Living Lands & Waters as we team up to clean up along Fort Loudon Lake, launching from Concord Park. This will be the kickoff event for ‘Keep the Tennessee River Watershed Beautiful Month.’

 
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Guntersville, AL - october 4, 2019

Moving the ‘Keep the Tennessee River Watershed Beautiful Month’ celebrations into Alabama, KTNRB will hold a cleanup in Guntersville, a top fishing location.

 
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chattanooga, tn - october 5, 2019

Keep the Tennessee River Watershed Beautiful Month continues as KTNRB supports the annual Tennessee River Rescue on Chickamauga and Nickajack lakes.

 
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Golden pond, ky - october 19, 2019

Land Between the Lakes helps to continue Keep the Tennessee River Watershed Beautiful Month as KTNRB hosts a cleanup on Kentucky Lake.