PlayCleanGo Expansion Boot Brush Station Recipients and Locations

NAISMA's PlayCleanGo program expanded the presence of boot brush stations to more than a dozen new states.

Thanks to the support through USDA APHIS, NAISMA’s PlayCleanGo expansion efforts were able to provide multiple organizations across the country a PlayCleanGo boot brush station for only $70!

Although this reduced cost opportunity is no longer available, we are still building a boot brush sponsorship opportunity. We invite all interested organizations to submit your names and probable boot brush locations to be added to the opportunity list.

Recipients of the USDA APHIS-sponsored PlayCleanGo Expansion Boot Brush Stations

Catharine Welch uses the new boot brush station at Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park in Florida.
  • Indiana Dunes National Park – Indiana
  • Congaree National Park – South Carolina
  • Bureau of Land Management Field Office – South Dakota
  • Mark Twain National Forest – Missouri
  • Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge – Arizona
  • Parker River National Wildlife Refuge – Massachusetts
  • New York-New Jersey Trail Conference – New Jersey
  • Flambeau River State Forest – Wisconsin
  • Boy Scouts of America, Longhorn Council – Texas
  • Kissimmee Prairie Preserve State Park – Florida (pictured)
  • Kenai Watershed Forum – Alaska
  • Crossroads at Big Creek – Wisconsin
  • Willamette Riverkeeper – Oregon
  • Westchester Parks Foundation – New York 
  • Lane County Parks – Oregon
  • Heart of The Highlands – West Virginia
  • Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District – Utah
  • Santa Barbara Botanic Gardens – California
  • Metlakatla Indian Reserve Community, Annette Islands Reserve –  Alaska
  • Friends of Marquam Nature Park – Oregon

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