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Volunteers sought for river cleanup in M.B. Johnson Park

Snakey Creek flows into the Red River.

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Christine Holland pulls plastic from the bottom of Snakey Creek in Moorhead, showing how widespread the trash spread is at this nook of MB Johnson Park in Moorhead. Finn Harrison / WDAY News

MOORHEAD — Volunteers are being sought for continuing efforts to clean litter out of Snakey Creek.

River Keepers, along with Moorhead Parks and Recreation, are seeking help with a cleanup push in M.B. Johnson Park on Friday, Nov. 5. Two cleanup shifts are planned, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

According to a press release, the section of the creek to be the focus of the event features difficult terrain, and volunteers could get muddy or wet. Interested volunteers are asked to reserve a spot by emailing christine@riverkeepers.org or calling 701-235-2895.

Temperatures during the cleanup event are forecast to be in the low- to mid-50s.

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