River clean-up becoming an annual rite of spring
They then drove to Horseshoe Falls in Wilton and collected discarded soda and beer bottles.
Her most interesting items collected Tuesday was one flip-flop and a basketball.
Kayakers in general don’t leave trash around. They show up when the rivers start running in the spring time and they pick up stuff,” May said.Trash bags lined the highway and were picked up before noon, filling a trailer with trash that should have been in the dump a long time ago.
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