On September 15th, 2012, 333 volunteers continued the work to improve the North Platte River-- cleaning up litter, protecting trees, sampling water, and removing Russian olive trees. Volunteers removed over 65,500 pounds of litter, debris, and Russian olives and protected 238 cottonwoods from beaver damage.
During the 2011 event, 424 volunteers planted 144 trees and removed 8,312 pounds of debris. Due to flooding, the Revival was not able to clean debris from the river, but concentrated on the banks and nearby creeks.
During the 2010 event, 490 volunteers planted 100 trees and removed 83,550 pounds of debris. Due to flooding, the Revival was not able to clean debris from the river, but concentrated on the banks and nearby creeks.
During the 2009 event 484 volunteers planted 37 trees and removed 73,360 pounds of debris. The Revival surpassed the 1 million pound mark in 2009. Over 1 million pounds of debris and Russian olives have been removed from the North Platte River and its banks.
During the 2008 event, 507 Volunteers planted 111 trees and removed 578,420 pounds of debris.
During the 2007 event 336 volunteers removed 381,480 pounds of debris and Russian olive branches and planted 11 new trees