HeadWatersTrails / Keepers of the Shiawassee had a very productive river-cleanup day Sunday August 29th.
With a crew of 20 people pitching in personal gear along with canoes from Fairbanks Canoes & Kayaks;
a good deal of trash and deadfall woody debris was removed from the Shiawassee River.
Low water levels made for tough paddling conditions but allowed for easier chainsaw access to fallen trees.
Many, many thanks to Karen Monetta who graciously fed the crew back at her house after a very long day on the water.
I'll attach pictures as they filter in during the week. Everyone was just plain beat and went to bed very late last night.
Many had to go into work this Monday morning.
Uploading photos from cell phones, cameras, etc. was just not happening from anyone until they got some rest and recovered.
Volunteers make it all happen ! They are the ones who have made the river into a beautiful paddling destination.
Keepers of the Shiawassee - and HeadWatersTrails - are a great way to help out
Monday, August 30, 2010
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