Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Prospect Park

Despite this selective and lovely view, it looked as though a bomb had gone off on the lawns of the park - a 4th of July garbage bag bomb whose eruption left piles pf bagged and unbagged trash on most green surfaces.

The woods were remarkably unaffected, with less litter than before. More people in the park may mean less traffic in the cruising area. Not sure. Maybe the regular clean ups are working. Maybe people are more conscious of where they are dropping what. Which is not to say that there were not some picturesque surprises.

I'll post more about Litter Mob 5, but am considering the creation of a dedicated blog to document this year of litter in the woods in the park. What do you think? All the pictures, good, bad, ugly. That way I can neatly remove them from 66 Square Feet and  make all the litter accessible in one place. We'll see.


  1. not a bad idea. might get more attention to the cause adn attract more volunteers..

  2. i'd read it if you did!


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