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Our Goal: To foster a litter-free Trinity Basin
The Trinity River supplies water to over 6 million people in Texas. Flowing for 708 miles throughout Texas, the Trinity River eventually meetsthe Gulf of Mexico northeast of Houston, bringing alongan enormous amount of trash picked up along the way.
Click around the interactive adopt-a-spot online mapping tool to find available adopt-a-spot's in your area. Visiting the homepage of adopt-a-spot online mapping tool will allow you to look up specific sites at a specific location or address.
The Adopt-A-Spot Online Mapping Tool Project was created by a diverse group of stakeholders within the river basin with the goal of fostering a litter-free environment in the Trinity River Basin by enabling community leaders to promote and track trash removal activities in their region.
(We are continuously updating and adding information as it is becoming available to us.)
The How To: Learn How the Adopt-A-Spot Online Mapping Tool Works
Use the slideshow on the right by clicking on the navigation arrows to learn and understand the steps in adopting a spot in your community.
Be the change.
How can I sign up?
Click through the slideshow located just above this Q&A. It will guide you step-by-step in locating an adopt-a-spot site and how to obtain the contact information to get started.
Can I join a spot already started by another group?
Yes! Contact the sites coordinator for more information.
What if I can't take care of my site anymore?
If you are unable to take care of a site any longer please contact the orgnization's coordinator in charge of the site. If you do not remember who the the contact for your site is you can find them on the Adopt-A--Spot Mapping Tool.