Orange County Creek Week

Creek Week Long

Orange County's first Creek Week is March 12-19.

Orange County Creek Week celebrates the streams, lakes, and rivers that connect our human and non-human communities. It's a weeklong series of activities like a litter cleanup challenge, DIY Stormwater Runoff 5K, community science BioThon, invasive plant removal, green infrastructure tours, and more! 

Visit the Orange County Creek Week website for more details on activities and resources from all the participating partners.

All the Orange County Creek Week activities are open to everyone. The Carrboro Stormwater Division Staff is hosting the following activities:

Saturday, March 12th to Saturday, March 19th Social Media

Follow Carrboro Stormwater on Instagram (@townofcarrborostormwater) to see postings from Heather Holley as she is out and about all week exploring Carrboro Waterways and sharing all things creek! Follow the Orange County Creek Week (#occreekweek) and tag us!

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Saturday, March 12th 9am to Noon at Town Commons Farmer's Market

Join Stormwater Staff at the Farmer's Market to discuss all upcoming Orange County Creek Week activities and how you can join i on the fun! !CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER! Contact Heather Holley (HHolley@CarrboroNC.gov) for more information on upcoming events!

Sunday, March 13th 10am to 11:30am  Online Presentation 

Connect with local volunteers and Town Staff for a Live Stream presentation about Common Invasive Plants for this region and how to control them. Contact Heather Holley at hholley@carrboronc.gov for more information and the link to join. PRESENTATION AVAILABLE NOW!

Tuesday, March 15th 11:30am to 1pm Virtual Drop-In

Stormwater Division staff from Chapel Hill and Carrboro will be available to answer all you questions about stormwater, streams, creeks, and watersheds. Contact Heather Holley at hholley@carrboronc.gov for more information and the link to join.

Thursday, March 17th 5:30pm tp 7pm Virtual Drop-In

Stormwater Division staff from Chapel Hill and Carrboro will be available to answer all you questions about stormwater, streams, creeks, and watersheds. Contact Heather Holley at hholley@carrboronc.gov for more information and the link to join.