Beginning in the 1960's until 1975 Clair K. Sr. made it his mission to clean up the river and stock it and the surrounding creeks with trout each spring. He would visit the local businesses along the river and try to educate citizens regarding the importance of preserving the river and creeks for future generations. Clair spent many days and nights attending town functions to collect the money required to purchase the trout from the state hatchery. Local sporting goods merchants contributed prizes including fishing sets. Local restaurants contributed treats and drinks.
In these home movies Clair is seen with supporters and the local boy scout troop taking the fish from the Borough truck to the surrounding creeks and river. In 1976 Clair became ill. Many boy scouts who had taken part continued the work he had begun. In 1978 Clair was presented with a trophy: Sportsman of the Decades.