Footprints Matter
Northern Pinal County Superstition Foothills Environmental Stewardship

January 21, 2012
260 volunteers showed up to accomplish this huge endeavor. 90 tons of trash and debris were collected throughout 3,000 acres of State Trust Land adjacent to Peralta Trails.Soroptimist International of Gold Canyon would like to thank you for your support and participation in the successful trash cleanup in the backyard of our community. 260 volunteers showed up this year, all dedicated to improving our local environment. We are so thankful for all the volunteers who made this a successful cleanup program. Approximately 35 organizations took part in this seemingly impossible task by providing manpower, food and drinks, supplies, trucks, trailers and heavy equipment and removed 90 tons of trash and debris.

Thanks to you we were able to clean up over 3000 acres as well as several major dump sites. We covered the area around Peralta Road as well as east towards Queen Valley. The assistance of trucks, trailers and tractors and volunteers within 4 hours, the majority of volunteers were headed home with smiles on their faces and a great sense of accomplishment in their hearts. 

Thank you for making your footprints matter!

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