KWCB handed out over 250 reusable shopping bags and had a chance to mingle with many of our local residents and discuss their concerns and ideas. A great time!
This is a sample of things found in and around the Wakulla River. Thank you volunteers and sponsors for a great event! We found a couple of ladders, a car grill, a crab trap, a stool, a lot of large pieces of styrofoam, and as always there were several cans and bottles. American Rivers
We had 21 volunteers and retrieved @ 750 lbs. of trash from the Wakulla River. Thanks to Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office for their participation and making sure our crew was safe! And a huge thanks to all who came out to help!
The owl was found in the road on the way back and rescued by some of our volunteers and taken to Florida Wild Mammal Association. They report that they believe he is blind from impact but his vision should return. It is beautiful!
Keep Wakulla County Beautiful is committed to keeping the local rivers clean so we can protect and restore it for us – and future generations. Participating in a river clean-up is one way that citizens can do their part for the river we all love.