Tue, Nov 20th, 2012
On November 8 and 9, three EcoSustainability classes, part of the Ecotourism and Adventure Travel Program, worked to clean up the Hocking Riverfront and the Hocking College campus.

The classes cleared and repaired two miles of trail, including improving three damaged bridges, removing downed trees and creating a water diversion channel. They also trimmed multiflora rose and removed items that would impede walkers on the trails behind the Nature Center.

On main campus, students gathered 11 bags of trash. Near the river along campus, students gathered 13 bags of trash, which they recycled or disposed of. The group also recovered three shopping carts and more than 24 tires.
The students chose these three projects to help make the Hocking Riverfront and the Hocking College campus a little cleaner and easier to get around.
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