SWCD hosts Earth Day project in Lynchburg


April 22 marked the annual celebration of Earth Day. The Highland Soil and Water Conservation District partnered with other communities in the East Fork Little Miami River Watershed and organized a stream clean-up in Lynchburg on April 21 in recognition of Earth Day. Volunteers from the local Boy Scouts, Girls Scouts and members of the Lynchburg-Clay FFA Chapter rallied together to do their part to collect litter and keep it from polluting the local streams. It was encouraging to see everyone do their part to raise environmental awareness. Earth Day is an opportunity to do something positive for the environment, but it’s even better to keep it going after Earth Day has passed.

April 22 marked the annual celebration of Earth Day. The Highland Soil and Water Conservation District partnered with other communities in the East Fork Little Miami River Watershed and organized a stream clean-up in Lynchburg on April 21 in recognition of Earth Day. Volunteers from the local Boy Scouts, Girls Scouts and members of the Lynchburg-Clay FFA Chapter rallied together to do their part to collect litter and keep it from polluting the local streams. It was encouraging to see everyone do their part to raise environmental awareness. Earth Day is an opportunity to do something positive for the environment, but it’s even better to keep it going after Earth Day has passed.


April 22 marked the annual celebration of Earth Day. The Highland Soil and Water Conservation District partnered with other communities in the East Fork Little Miami River Watershed and organized a stream clean-up in Lynchburg on April 21 in recognition of Earth Day. Volunteers from the local Boy Scouts, Girls Scouts and members of the Lynchburg-Clay FFA Chapter rallied together to do their part to collect litter and keep it from polluting the local streams. It was encouraging to see everyone do their part to raise environmental awareness. Earth Day is an opportunity to do something positive for the environment, but it’s even better to keep it going after Earth Day has passed.

April 22 marked the annual celebration of Earth Day. The Highland Soil and Water Conservation District partnered with other communities in the East Fork Little Miami River Watershed and organized a stream clean-up in Lynchburg on April 21 in recognition of Earth Day. Volunteers from the local Boy Scouts, Girls Scouts and members of the Lynchburg-Clay FFA Chapter rallied together to do their part to collect litter and keep it from polluting the local streams. It was encouraging to see everyone do their part to raise environmental awareness. Earth Day is an opportunity to do something positive for the environment, but it’s even better to keep it going after Earth Day has passed.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/04/web1_Earth-Day-pic.jpgApril 22 marked the annual celebration of Earth Day. The Highland Soil and Water Conservation District partnered with other communities in the East Fork Little Miami River Watershed and organized a stream clean-up in Lynchburg on April 21 in recognition of Earth Day. Volunteers from the local Boy Scouts, Girls Scouts and members of the Lynchburg-Clay FFA Chapter rallied together to do their part to collect litter and keep it from polluting the local streams. It was encouraging to see everyone do their part to raise environmental awareness. Earth Day is an opportunity to do something positive for the environment, but it’s even better to keep it going after Earth Day has passed.

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