POSTPONED--Sweep the Hooch 2020

  • Sat, August 29, 2020
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Hardman Farm Sate Historic Site

Sweep the Hooch has been postponed!

The new date is August 29. 2020.  Registration will reopen in July,  We will update the event as soon as they confirm the registration date.

For the fourth year the Atlanta Parrot Head Club will join hundreds of other volunteers across Atlanta and north Georgia to care for one of our most important natural resources, the Chattahoochee River.  In the past we have picked up trash and helped build and repair biking and walking paths in the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area.

THIS YEAR WE WILL BE A NEW LOCATION!  Our previous spot filled up the very first day of registration.  For 2020 we will be at the Hardman Farm State Historic Site outside Helen, GA.  Please select that location to join our group. Make sure you enter Atlanta Parrot Head Club in the Team Name.  (see Note below). Registration is open now. Register quickly as there is limited space.  There were 40 spots remaining as of March 3.

Register Here

After the clean up they will be offering free tours of Hardman Farm,  We will then head into Helen GA for an impromptu pub crawl. You can find out more information about the site here, Hardman Farm. Or click on this link for Directions.

Note: If you want to volunteer at another location that is awesome, just remember to add the "Atlanta Parrot Head Club" when registering so we can keep a record of who volunteers.

About Sweep the Hooch: 

Sweep the Hooch is a community, annual day of service to the Chattahoochee River – join us in giving back to the mighty river that gives us so much.  Volunteers are invited to go by foot, in waders, or kayak/canoe to remove trash throughout the watershed. CRK provides gloves, trash bags, trash removal and recycling, restroom facilities, and team lead support.

Register now at one of more than 40 cleanup locations – from the headwaters above Lake Lanier, through the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area and Atlanta, and down to West Point Lake.

Started in 2011, Sweep the Hooch has since mobilized more than 3,500 volunteers to remove more than 57 TONS of trash from the Chattahoochee and its tributaries.

We look forward to seeing you there! If you are still not a registered APHC member you can still join us.


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