Local agencies are marking Earth Day by offering money to groups that want to help keep the landscape clean.
The Superior Watershed Partnership is marking Earth Day April 22nd by opening its checkbook. They’ll leave it open through the end of June. And they hope others in the area will take advantage of the money to help promote outdoor recreation.
The Watershed Partnership will help youth groups, trail groups and others with those cleanups. They’ll reimburse the groups for things like gloves and trash bags.
For information, or to sign up an organization, Natasha Koss says you can call her at 228–6095. Or you can visit the Watershed Partnership online at www.SuperiorWatersheds.org.