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  Garbage collection
  Posted by: willi_h2o on Apr-24-13 2:44 PM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Apr-24-13 2:54 PM EST --

Those woody debris strainer messes make wonderful
garbage collectors for all those styrofoam worm cups
and lids the fishermen seem to "loose" along with their
plastic water bottles, bobbers, and beer cans.

Nothing like decorating a natural debris pile with garbage
for that outdoor experience while paddling.

Everyone lives downstream from somebody else.
Some clean it up, others are apathetic and turn a blind eye

Fishing license fees don't exactly fund clean-up efforts
-at least not in Michigan, because the state does ZERO

http://picasaweb.google.com/108590711667865641354/KayakingShiawasseeRiverArgentineToCorruna#


This work was done by 501-3c NonProfits
to open the river via "slots" for navigability.

Maybe other states are different


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