ABOUT 65 VOLUNTEERS SHOW TO EXTENDED GIANT ROCK AREA CLEAN-UP

ABOUT 65 VOLUNTEERS SHOW TO EXTENDED GIANT ROCK AREA CLEAN-UP

About 65 volunteers helped clean up five sites near Giant Rock Saturday, a clean-up effort that was organized by the Landers Community Association, the Bureau of Land Management, Blight Sites, and the Mojave Desert Land Trust. The clean-up was spurred in response to a Z107.7 News story about trash—including tires, tents, toys, diapers, buckets of human waste, and more, that had been left at the iconic Giant Rock desert site. The community clean-up effort was originally supposed to have cleaned up the trash left at Giant Rock several weeks ago, but well-intentioned individuals thwarted the BLM’s attempt to preserve evidence and safely dispose of the human waste by cleaning up the site on their own. BLM agents told Z107.7 that they know the identity of the litterers, and arrests are expected.

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