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We meet at different trail heads and parks to Plike - Pick up Litter while we hIKE.

Pliking is a great way to improve the environment while enjoying the outdoors, as well as building strength, balance and flexibility. We also enjoy close relationships from working together while creating a more beautiful community.

As a club, we have adopted 29th St Trailhead, which we maintain not only by pliking, but also pruning, pulling noxious weeds and removing graffiti. We participate in a Litter Awareness Program, which includes booths at trail heads and special events, as well as surveys and presentations.

Since we began in September of 2018, club members have volunteered more than 3000 hours and picked up hundreds of large bags of trash, as well as many large items (March 2021).

We are part of Pliking Inc, a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to litter education and cleanup through promoting the sport of Pliking. For information on their programs, visit www.pliking.org.

PLIKING

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The Pliking club is open to all ages. Events are usually held 1-2 times a month, on a Saturday morning or weekday evening. Events may be cancelled or moved due to weather or scheduling needs.

Our events are located primarily in Ogden and the surrounding areas.

Seeking New Meetup Organizers - if you might be interested, please send an email to info@pliking.org

https://www.standard.net/news/environment/ogden-s-pliking-club-helping-keep-area-trails-clean-one/article_669e9a56-30cb-533e-8713-4afb52e3f79e.html

http://www.pliking.org

Upcoming events (2)

Cleanup 21st Pond Cleanup

Needs a location

This beautiful pond is a popular site and there is a LOT of trash to pick up. The trail is paved and mostly level. The Weber River Parkway and Ogden River Parkway trails join near the pond - lots of areas to explore! Gloves, Grabbers, trash bags and snacks provided.

Please note, Avian flu has recently made its way to Utah so people SHOULD NOT touch any ducks, geese or waterfowl in particular (or any wildlife). If you come across a sick or injured wildlife while pliking please let your Pliking host know - DO NOT TOUCH IT! We will call the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center to let them know if they see sick or dead birds (waterfowl again in particular) at[masked]. BEFORE handling a wild animal its best to call the center and let them help triage the situation, they may come our directly to assist in some cases.

Birdsong Trail Cleanup

Needs a location

Work in small groups along the trail to pick up all litter. We will provide trash bags and grabbers.

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Fort Buenaventura Cleanup

Needs a location

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