Tuesday, July 17th, 2018

Micro Trash

Trail Trash (Seen Elsewhere) Trail Trash (Seen Elsewhere)

If you see a cigarette butt, a twist tie, a corner of a candy bar wrapper, a straw, a store receipt, a shiny bit of cellophane, or some other small bit of trash, pick it up and throw it in one of the new bear proof trash cans. If you notice it and walk by, it's like throwing it on the ground again. The Conservation Committee is targeting micro trash and encouraging all visitors to be aware and stoop to the occasion. Thank you for helping keep OLT clean. It's encouraging that micro trash is the problem instead of big pieces of debris.

Last modified on Tuesday, 17 July 2018 02:42

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