Saturday, the Berea Police Department and Berea Earth Warriors held the Second Annual Spring Clean-Up
BEREA, Ky. (WTVQ) – It’s no secret that Berea, discovered on the foothills of Eastern Kentucky, is a gorgeous house, whether or not you’re strolling via the city or mountaineering the Pinnacles. The neighborhood in Berea is banding in combination to lend a hand stay it that manner.
“We are standing on the edge of a massive change in the planet. At this point there is almost no going back, but we can come together as a community and fight against pollution, fight against littering,” stated Berea Earth Warriors founder Mari Amber Melder Shaffer.
The passionate neighborhood volunteers say they’re combating for the well being and wonderful thing about their setting.
“One of the biggest problems with littering not only is it harmful to the environment, it’s also hazardous to hikers and people walking in the parks and to pets,” stated Shaffer.
According to the Berea Police Department, round 50 volunteers accumulated in combination Saturday for the Second Annual Spring Clean-Up, going to 3 other places in Berea and selecting trash up alongside the best way.
“Making Berea presentable brings a lot more people here. To me, it makes a lot more people visit and stay here long term,” stated Berea Police Department Officer Barry Manley.
The clean-up is a partnership between Berea Earth Warriors, a non-profit devoted to conserving the town clear, and the Berea Police Department
“We felt like it was the perfect time to do this to show our appreciation for the beautiful Earth we have here and to keep it clean, it’s really beneficial,” stated Officer Manley.