Niagara Escarpment cleanup Sunday

News Apr 20, 2015 by Gord Bowes Hamilton Mountain News

The fourth annual Escarpment Project cleanup is being held Sunday, April 26.

Last year, more than 400 volunteers helped clean up trash from along the Niagara Escarpment, said organizer Greg Lenko.

They picked up over 700 bags of garbage plus scrap metal, furniture, appliances, car parts, shopping carts and bicycles.

This year, volunteers will head out at 11 a.m.

They will clean up around Devil’s Punchbowl, the Redhill Valley Trail at King and Lawrence, Albion Falls, the Kenilworth, Wentworth and Chedoke stairs, including the trails near them, and parts of the Bruce Trail in Dundas.

The cleanup will be followed by barbecue at Punchbowl Country Market at 2 p.m.

Volunteers are asked to register at the Escarpment Project website, escarpmentproject.ca.

Niagara Escarpment cleanup Sunday

Fourth annual Escarpment Project event

News Apr 20, 2015 by Gord Bowes Hamilton Mountain News

The fourth annual Escarpment Project cleanup is being held Sunday, April 26.

Last year, more than 400 volunteers helped clean up trash from along the Niagara Escarpment, said organizer Greg Lenko.

They picked up over 700 bags of garbage plus scrap metal, furniture, appliances, car parts, shopping carts and bicycles.

This year, volunteers will head out at 11 a.m.

They will clean up around Devil’s Punchbowl, the Redhill Valley Trail at King and Lawrence, Albion Falls, the Kenilworth, Wentworth and Chedoke stairs, including the trails near them, and parts of the Bruce Trail in Dundas.

The cleanup will be followed by barbecue at Punchbowl Country Market at 2 p.m.

Volunteers are asked to register at the Escarpment Project website, escarpmentproject.ca.

Niagara Escarpment cleanup Sunday

Fourth annual Escarpment Project event

News Apr 20, 2015 by Gord Bowes Hamilton Mountain News

The fourth annual Escarpment Project cleanup is being held Sunday, April 26.

Last year, more than 400 volunteers helped clean up trash from along the Niagara Escarpment, said organizer Greg Lenko.

They picked up over 700 bags of garbage plus scrap metal, furniture, appliances, car parts, shopping carts and bicycles.

This year, volunteers will head out at 11 a.m.

They will clean up around Devil’s Punchbowl, the Redhill Valley Trail at King and Lawrence, Albion Falls, the Kenilworth, Wentworth and Chedoke stairs, including the trails near them, and parts of the Bruce Trail in Dundas.

The cleanup will be followed by barbecue at Punchbowl Country Market at 2 p.m.

Volunteers are asked to register at the Escarpment Project website, escarpmentproject.ca.