Join us at Round Valley Reservoir on Saturday September 21st at 10:00AM for an annual clean up.
Round Valley Reservoir sees thousands of visitors every year. People come to fish, swim, hike, camp, boat, and well scuba and snorkel. Unfortunately some leave behind traces of their visit.
Debris recovered from the reservoir consists of fishing lines and baits, fishing poles, plastic containers, glass bottles, cans, anchors, yes even motors are left behind sometimes.
Help keep this wonderful natural environment which is loaded with life such as bass, catfish, pickerel, eels, crayfish, and even turtles clean by helping us, and get a dive or two in as well!
Not a diver, we still need your help. We will welcome support from boaters, kayakers and even those that just prefer to stay on land.
We will have giveaways and prizes as well.
Pre-registration for this event is required. RSVP for more details.
Pollution and environmental issues impacting our planet are dominating headlines in the news and on social media! Therefore, it's easy to ask, “Is it too late to make a difference?”
The good news, thanks to the new Green Diver Initiative, real progress is happening in the world of marine conservation.
NAUI Green Divers around the world are taking action to make a positive impact on our marine environment. They are diving, not just for recreation, but diving with a purpose!
You can help give divers the vital support they need to better our world by making a tax-deductible donation to the NAUI Green Diver Initiative today! https://green-diver-initiative.kindful.com/