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Social Media Toolkit

Share the Message!

The Don’t Let Litter Trash Your River Initiative Social Media Toolkit has content for you to use on all social media channels to drive awareness and action for a cleaner San Antonio River. The toolkit includes graphics, hashtags, fun facts and copy for your posts. As we embark on this journey together, we want to encourage you to share the message. Show your pride by following the instructions below to get started!

How to Use this Toolkit
  1. Download a graphic and choose copy for your post on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter! Feel free to make the message yours to reach your audience.
  2. Use the hashtags #sanantonioriver in your posts. A list of other hashtags to use is listed below.
  3. If you post to stories, make sure you add a gif by searching sariver (no spaces) in the gif search.
  4. Download a virtual background for your next zoom meeting.
  5. You’ve posted to your social media channels and started the discussion. Now what? Take action! Join our River Warriors volunteer program to participate in the next trash clean up event. 
Sample Social Media Toolkit
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Sample Copy

Use this sample copy to create your social media posts and show your river pride!

  • Did you know, a plastic bottle can take over 450 years to decompose? Next time you see a plastic bottle on the ground and put litter where it belongs. Don't let litter trash your river! Learn more at
  • Did you know, a plastic bag can take up to 20 years to decompose? Limit your use of single-use plastic. Don't let litter trash your river and be part of the change. Learn more at

  • Change starts with us! Volunteer a few hours to make a real difference. Sign up at #sanantonioriver

  • Take the pledge! Learn how you can do small things to make a big difference at

  • After a storm, trash from all over the city gets washed into drainage ditches, creeks, and ultimately the #Sanantonioriver. Do your part and put litter where it belongs.

  • Conduct a campus clean up with your students and track your progress! Let's protect our #sanantonioriver for generations to come. Resources available at

  • Trash in the environment poses threats to wildlife habitat,  water quality and the health of the San Antonio River. Together, let’s make a clean break from litter. Learn more at

En Español - Spanish Resources

  • Cuida tu río. Pon la basura en su lugar. Obtenga mas informacion en
  • Despues de una tormenta, las aguas pluviales arrastran la basura de toda la ciudad a los drenajes, arroyos y finalmente, al río San Antonio. Obtenga mas informacion en
Sample Posts
Feral mallard ducks are surrounded by trash in the river. Don't let litter trash your river!

Sample Facebook & Instagram Post


Tires fill the Southern Basin part of the river. Don't let litter trash your river!

Sample Facebook & Instagram Post


Don't Let Litter Trash Your River - Duck with trash stuck in beak is shown on the river.

Sample Facebook & Instagram Post


Trash builds up on the Mission Reach River Basin.

 Sample Facebook & Instagram Post 



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