It's time for the Friends of Hurricane Creek annual creek cleanup. This year on April 16, we celebrate 23 years of friendship, networking, good fellowship, and the fun of cleaning up the creek for future generations to enjoy. Please consider making it a day for your family to come visit with us.
Below are some scenes from last year. Don't let this years photo be taken
Not so much anymore. Due to the efforts of Friends of Hurricane Creek and the thousands of citizens who have supported us over the years it is much better now. We must remain vigilant to keep it clean so please consider visiting us on April 16, 2016 for the 23rd annual Hurricane Creek Cleanup.
What insects tell us about Hurricane Creek
With the assistance of a special viewer, you can see a magnified version of benthic macroinvertebrates found at Hurricane Creek. Can you tell the critter from the pebbles?
At this year's Friends of Hurricane Creek Annual Cleanup, children conducted a stream survey along Hurricane Creek Park for local benthic macroinvertebrates. They learned how to identify microorganisms and read data about the stream's health by the presence or absence of specific species.
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