Kentucky BHA completed our third annual Clean Up Day at the 38,700 acre Peabody Wildlife Management Area in western Kentucky on August 13, 2022. Over 40 volunteers showed up to help, including BHA members, current & former KDFWR commissioners, WMA staff, game wardens, and class 22-001 of US Army Warrant Officer candidates from a nearby regional training center.
Over the course of the morning we filled a 30 cubic yard dumpster with a variety of trash items which had been dumped on the WMA over the past year, and collected several dozen tires for disposal. Following the completion of the clean up, the group enjoyed food, drinks, and fellowship. We look forward to continuing this project and others in the future as part of our shared goal of stewardship on our public lands.
A huge thank you to KY BOD member Nathan Kunze for setting up this great event.