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Volunteers to clean up Minnesota state parks

Volunteers will clean up 22 state parks in Minnesota during the third annual Green Touch Day Saturday. Members of Minnesota's Touchstone Energy Cooperatives and others will pick up litter, brush trails, plant trees and other plants and paint ...

Volunteers will clean up 22 state parks in Minnesota during the third annual Green Touch Day Saturday.

Members of Minnesota's Touchstone Energy Cooperatives and others will pick up litter, brush trails, plant trees and other plants and paint facilities, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

Volunteers will receive a free picnic lunch.

Buffalo River State Park near Glyndon already has enough volunteers for the cleanup project, said manager Bernie Dohlmann.

To volunteer to help with the cleanup, call the DNR Information Center at(888) 646-6367.

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