Five Bridges Wilderness Heritage Trust is putting together a team for the 2013 Clean Across Nova Scotia event. This is a province-wide litter clean up campaign implemented by Clean Nova Scotia in 2012. We are meeting at the carpool at the beginning of the Prospect Road on Saturday, April 20 at 9:00 am. We will split into smaller groups and work our way along the St. Margaret’s Bay Road and pick up as much of the unsightly litter as possible. Bags and gloves will be provided, and we ask that you please wear visible clothing as we will be working in a well travelled area.
Cleanups are a great way to bring together your friends, family and neighbours while giving back to your community. Commitment to causes such as Clean Across Nova Scotia demonstrates your active participation in creating a better community. This can encourage others around you to do their part in making your community a better place to live. It is also a great way to gain a new appreciation for your community’s natural environment, free of litter.
We encourage you to take a little time to give back to the environment. We take so much from nature and seldom have the opportunity to give something back! Many thanks are extended to Iain Rankin for making the great suggestion to put together a team and for organizing the efforts.
If you are planning on attending please let us know by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) so that we may have adequate bags and gloves available. If you are unable to do so, just drop by and meet us, there will be extras! Please feel free to share this invitation widely.