About 60 volunteers with the Okanagan Forest Process Power cleaned up tons of rubbish from crown land alongside Beaver Lake Street on Sunday.
“We’ve been doing cleanups since 2016 and 360 thousand kilos of rubbish has been faraway from the backcountry,” mentioned Kane Blake, Okanagan Forest Process Power President.
The Process Power took on the job of cleansing up the backcountry as a result of it appeared nobody else was doing it.
“It’s astounding how a lot crap we’re pulling out of the forest,” mentioned volunteer Corinna Stobb. “It’s sort of sickening.”
For all the work that’s been put in over time, the Conservation Officer Service of B.C. honoured the Okanagan Forest Process Power, all of its volunteers and sponsors, with a Particular Recognition Award.
“To get some recognition for the whole group is fantastic”, Blake mentioned.
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