Last spring, nearly 100 people collected over 3 tons of trash from Anderson Bayou. Now that bayou is unquestionably a more beautiful place.
This time, we're targetting the area further up the bayou towards the old Coates Bluff Cemetery and behind the Stoner Lab Elementary School. It's been labelled "Tin Can Crossing" for reasons that would be apparent if the camera were pointed to the right.
Details to come from Andy Goldthwaite and Jon Soul on other specific tasks we'll be undertaking that day.
As many of you know, we've already established a trail through the area, and we hope to make it a greenway trail that Shreveporters will enjoy for generations to come!
So, mark your calendars for Saturday, March 27th, to clean up a precious spot of natural beauty that languishes in our own city.