Garnet Arroyo, a citizen of Fultondale and a Keep WIld Ambassador, has put together a cleanup on National Clean up day of Five Mile Creek Trail.
When: Saturday, September 17th, 2022, from 8:00 – 12:00 noon
Come Out and Join
Make plans to come out and join Wild Keeper Garnet Arroyo to clean up the beautiful Five Mile Creek Trail. Bring some friends, family, and even more friends for a day, making a difference in the environment.
The hours are 8 am to noon, and this provides everyone with the option to come for a little or as much as they like. Early risers and even late sleepers can find a bit of time on the 17th to improve nature.
Parking and attire
Parking is available at Black Creek Park, with everyone meeting up at the Five Mile Creek Greenway trailhead.
Volunteers should wear appropriate attire; if you have Keep Nature Wild gear, be sure to bring it along. Shoes/boots and long pants are always recommended as well as a hat to provide some shade.
Bags and gloves will be provided, but you can bring trash grabbers and buckets if you prefer.
No pass or permit is needed for this event.
Cleanup events can be dangerous as well as strenuous. Safety precautions will be reviewed prior to the cleanup.
Anyone interested in learning more about the mission, story, or products sold, check out the website www.keepnaturewild.com
We at the NJP would like you to consider registering and participating in this event. Registration is available at:
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