Clarks Run Environmental Education Corporation (CREEC)

'Protecting and Enhancing Clark's Run as a Community Resource for Boyle County'

CREEC works to restore, protect, and celebrate the historic waterway of Clark's Run in Boyle County. We help by monitoring water quality in the stream, sponsor creek clean-up events, organize efforts for a public trail along the creek corridor, provide environmental education including sponsoring Danville's Earth Day celebration, and partner with numerous groups and citizens helping to improve our community.

Join Us

Click below to donate to CREEC and join us in protecting and enhancing the Clark's Run watershed.  We are an all-volunteer non-profit organization.  Your gift will help us achieve our mission and we will use your donation efficiently and carefully. 

A donation makes you a member of the Clark's Run Environment and Education Corporation and is tax deductible as allowed by law.  You'll receive our newsletter and updates on how you can lend a hand at events and cleanups.  Please consider joining our environmental education and conservation mission in Boyle County.

Click here for our membership form.  Please print the membership form, fill it out, and mail it to:

CREEC
Attn: Rose-Marie Roessler
600 W. Walnut Street
Danville, KY  40422

Thank you very much for your support!   100% of your donation will go to supporting CREEC's mission to protect and enhance Clark's Run as a community resource for Boyle County.

Volunteering with CREEC

We are also always looking for volunteers to join us in our work.  Whether you are interested in grabbing a trash bag and helping us pull garbage from Clark's Run, helping us in our water quality sampling, or even joining our Board of Directors, we'd love to hear from you.  Please just drop us a line at creec.clarksrun@gmail.com and one of our volunteer Board members will get back to you.  You can also fill out the form at the bottom of this page.  Thank you for your interest!


Sign Up to Volunteer with CREEC here:

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