Sweep the Hooch
Sweep the Hooch is an annual watershed-wide trash cleanup that brings together hundreds of volunteers each year at 50+ parks, tributaries, and access points along the Chattahoochee River. Volunteers can walk, don waders, or paddle to help pick up litter and protect the watershed we all share.
Out of an abundance of caution, all volunteers are required to bring and wear face masks. These outdoor cleanups are inherent to social distancing, so volunteers will be required to maintain the CDC recommended distance of six feet between other participants.
There is no cost to take part in Sweep the Hooch, but all volunteers are required to register in advance. This ensures that we can provide enough gloves, hand sanitizer, and trash bags. Exact location details will be emailed to volunteers.