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MountainTrue’s Lake Adger clean-up rescheduled to Saturday, April 17

Due to the weather forecast and the takedown of water by Northbrook for dam maintenance, MountainTrue’s Socially Distanced Lake Adger clean-up has been rescheduled to Saturday, April 17.

Originally scheduled for April 10, MountainTrue’s Lake Adger Spring Cleaning now will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, April 17 starting at the Lake Adger Boat Ramp on State Road 1138 in Mill Spring. Additional precautions to keep everyone safe and healthy will be taken, including wearing masks in parking lots and anytime 6 feet of distance can’t be maintained. Volunteers can head out onto the lake at their convenience to collect trash which then can be dropped off no later than 5 p.m. at the NC Wildlife dump truck parked at Lake Adger Marina. Learn more at https://mountaintrue.org/event/socially-distant-lake-adger-spring-cleaning/.

Volunteers still can join MountainTrue’s Green Riverkeeper and Liquidlogic Co-founder Shane Benedict on Saturday, April 10 at the 11th Annual Green River Spring Cleaning from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. starting at the Fishtop Access at 2302 Green River Cove Rd. in Saluda. Additional precautions to keep everyone safe and healthy will be taken, including wearing masks in parking lots and anytime 6 feet of distance can’t be maintained; avoiding paddling in large groups; and shuttling with household groups. Trash collected that day can be disposed of in a dumpster at Fishtop. Learn more at https://mountaintrue.org/event/socially-distant-green-river-spring-cleaning/.

For other ways to help beautify Polk County, visit http://polknc.info/help-beautify-polk-county-april-spring-litter-sweep-other-local-clean-up-opportunities/.

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