Other Side Drive Welcomes in Colleen Cook To Talk About the Annual Great Texas River Cleanup

By Matthew Harrington
Other Side Drive Executive Producer

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San Marcos River is home to multiple inhabitants that rely on the river’s cleanliness. Photo by Marlene Núñez.

It’s no secret that the San Marcos River is the city’s sparkling gem, but what some people don’t realize is that the river and it’s inhabitants are threatened by pollution caused by runoff. On March 4th, during the 32nd Annual Great Texas River Cleanup, hundreds of San Martians will be volunteering to clean up the river and several watersheds. Kimberly and Matthew talk with Colleen Cook, an Environmental Health, Safety, and Risk Management specialist, about the event and how people in the community can get involved.

For more information you can check out their Facebook event page, here.

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