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The Foundation for Sustainable Forests wishes to thank the brothers of Phi Delta Theta, Allegheny College Delta chapter, for braving the elements on a rainy spring morning to clean up two sites at Thompsons’ Wood, FSF’s 194-acre forest in Troy Twp, Crawford Co, PA.
The main focus of the clean-up was a collapsed spring house on the property, as well as an accumulation of trash where the East Branch of Sugar Creek runs through the property. A few statistics to demonstrate just much this hard-working crew accomplished in a few hours:
- 20 yard dumpster filled to the brim
- 9 tires pulled from in and around Sugar Creek
- 2 car batteries, also from Sugar Creek
- 1 bathtub!
Healthy forests mean healthy watersheds. Cleanup efforts such as these help to make a small organization have a big impact. Thank you again, Phi Delta Theta, for your good service the Foundation for Sustainable Forests and the surrounding community!