Platte River Revival



    
 The Platte River Revival is the cleanup and restoration effort of the North Platte River near Casper, Wyoming. What started as a simple cleanup of the North Platte and its banks has evolved into a restoration of the river along with the wetlands and habitat in and along the river.

The goal of the Platte River Revival is to foster a healthy and sustainable river system that is a catalyst for economic development and improved quality of life in the Casper area.

The Platte River Revival Volunteer Day takes place annually in September in conjunction with National Public Lands Day. Hundreds of volunteers remove litter from the river and its banks, as well as remove invasive species and protect native habitat.

The Platte River Revival also involves construction projects in and along the river. These projects beautify and stabilize banks as well as restore and improve water and land habitats. 

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Questions:
 
platteriverrevival@casperwy.gov
307-235-8332

Project milestones you can be proud to call your own.


Largest National Public Lands Day event for over six years

Nearly 1,360,000 pounds of debris removed from the river and its banks

More than 15,900 donated hours valued at over $500,000 to restoring a healthy North Platte River ecosystem

Over 2,000 trees wire wrapped to protect them from beaver kill


National Public Lands