In honor of Earth Day and Keep Louisiana Beautiful: Love the Boot Week, Cane River National Heritage Area will hold a Community-Wide Cleanup. Individuals, families, organizations, and groups of all ages and sizes are invited to help out on Saturday, April 22 (Earth Day) from 10 am – 1 pm to create a cleaner, greener, more beautiful Cane River Community.
CRNHA will provide all the necessary supplies, including gloves and trash bags. Just come in comfortable clothes and shoes, bring a water bottle. Volunteers will meet at the Cane River National Heritage Area table at the Natchitoches Farmer’s Market (Natchitoches Riverbank) that morning to pick up supplies and be assigned a cleanup area.
To pre-register a group or yourself or to request more information, email Jessica Mullican at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is sponsored by Cane River National Heritage Area, Keep Natchitoches Beautiful, Keep Louisiana Beautiful, Natchitoches Main Street, and Natchitoches Farmer’s Market.
About the Heritage Area: Cane River National Heritage Area, Inc. (CRNHA) is a non-profit organization that preserves, promotes, and presents the nationally significant heritage of the Cane River region. Located in Natchitoches, Louisiana, CRNHA works with regional partners to provide high-quality educational, cultural, and recreational experiences in the area’s unique historical settings through a linked system of attractions and historic districts within the Cane River National Heritage Area.