Kamloops

Volunteers gather to clean up the Dewdrop

A protected grassland near Kamloops is a little closer to pristine as of this weekend. Volunteers were out yesterday to help clean up the Dewdrop-Rosseau Wildlife Management Area. Daybreak's Jenifer Norwell paid a visit to the clean-up.

Volunteers were out yesterday to help clean up the Dewdrop-Rosseau Wildlife Management Area.

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      A protected grassland in the Kamloops area is looking a little better thanks to the hard work of volunteers this weekend. 

      People were out hauling garbage that was dumped in the Dewdrop-Rosseau Wildlife Management Area. 

      Earlier this year, CBC told you about concerns that people were ATV'ing and dumping trash in the region. 

      Now, volunteers are taking action. 

      Daybreak's Jenifer Nowell headed out to the clean-up to find out more.

      To hear the audio, click the link: Volunteers gather to clean up the Dewdrop

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