By: Joey Blackwell
With fall officially here and cooler weather taking hold, volunteers are doing their part to enhance Alabama’s natural beauty and protect the environment during the final stretch of Renew Our Rivers cleanups for the year.
Last week, volunteers with the Eastern Division chapter of the Alabama Power Service Organization (APSO) removed a trailer full of trash from Neely Henry Lake on the Coosa River in Gadsden.
“It’s important to the state of Alabama, just for the recreation that it brings in with boating, fishing, people building houses on the lakes,” said Tim McLean, an environmental specialist for Alabama Power who attended the cleanup.
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