Land Trust, Rotary Club join forces on clean-up

On Sunday, May 21, the Berlin Land Trust and The Rotary Club of Kensington-Berlin collaborated in an effort to tackle the issue of trash accumulation at Paul Preserve. The cleanup project was organized as part of the Rotary Day of Service, which aimed to give back to our community.

The group of 10 volunteers also included students from the Berlin High School Interact Club, and other concerned citizens.

The combined efforts of the volunteers resulted in a significant cleanup operation, with vast quantities of trash being removed from the preserve, which is adjacent to the northbound lane of the Berlin Turnpike in Berlin. The commitment and enthusiasm of the participants exemplified the community's dedication to environmental stewardship and preserving the beauty of Berlin.

The Berlin Land Trust would like to extend its heartfelt appreciation to the Rotary Club of Kensington-Berlin for generously offering its assistance and support for this cleanup initiative. The Rotary’s commitment to service and dedication to the community played a crucial role in the successful outcome of the event.

The Berlin Land Trust remains committed to its mission of conserving open spaces and preserving the town's natural resources. Through partnerships and community initiatives, the group strives to create a sustainable environment for future generations.

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