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Volunteers clean the Kinni up

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Volunteers clean the Kinni up
River Falls Wisconsin 2815 Prairie Drive / P.O. Box 25 54022

On Saturday, volunteers coordinated by the Kinni River Land Trust (KRLT) converged on the Kinnickinnic River for a cleanup effort.

Prior to getting to the river, KRLT Executive Director, Dave Fodroczi and KRLT Land Project Manager, Eric Forward, spoke to the crowd at the Glen Park Shelter.

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Groups were directed to different areas throughout the area, with some groups using kayaks and hip weighters to reach more treacherous areas.

Besides the usual garbage collected, a gas mask, tire and metal drum where found along the banks of the Kinnickinnic River.

Look for more photos and information about the Kinni cleanup in the April 26 print edition of the Journal.

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