Volunteers from youth to adult helped with the Crow River Organization of Water's 10th annual Crow River Cleanup Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013.
A St. Michael group (pictured above) spent most of the morning picking up trash. Three teams of 18 people were distributed along the Crow River in St. Michael, picking up more than 20 bags of garbage.
"Accumulation has been way down than in previous years," Volunteer Organizer Lisa Omat said of the garbage volume.
"We received a lot of great help from Boy Scout Troop 547, college and high school students," she said of the volunteers.
Portions of 10 central Minnesota counties, including Wright County, make up the Crow River Watershed.
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