I love nature. It’s something relatively new in my life to go out on long hikes to appreciate wildlife and the quiet. It has become essential to me. And that’s why it was such a natural opportunity and a blessing to do trash pick up along the banks of the Little Neshaminy Creek at Kemper Park in Warminster, Pennyslvania. My friend Kiri and I walked between four and five miles and were treated to birds, squirrels, the easy current of the creek as we went. We worked with the Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania (part of the larger Keep America Beautiful). Anybody can go out and pick up garbage, but if you want trash bags, gloves, vests, and a group of others to go with you, be sure to check out your local chapter.
Keep America Beautiful