• Tulsa group cleans up shoreline of the Arkansas River

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    SAND SPRINGS, Okla. - Quick Facts

    • A non-profit organization is working hard to improve Tulsa shorelines and promote environmental conservation.
    • Power of Partial Improvements focuses on cleaning up areas along the Arkansas River. 
    • The group is asking for volunteers to help them with an extensive clean up project, Saturday March 4 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    • The group of volunteers have organized a big cleanup effort at a popular dumping site in Sand Springs. 

     

    A non-profit organization is working hard to improve Tulsa shorelines and promote environmental conservation. Power of Partial Improvements focuses on cleaning up areas along the Arkansas River. 

    The group is asking for volunteers to help them with an extensive clean up project, Saturday March 4 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The group of volunteers have organized a big cleanup effort at a popular dumping site in Sand Springs. This spot has been on their radar for a long time.

    Tulsa group cleans up shoreline of the Arkansas River
    Tulsa group cleans up shoreline of the Arkansas River

    Along with a lot of trash, cars, furniture, tires and even a burned out boat have been dumped at the area near 129th and Wekiwa Road. This area was a beautiful park in the 1970s. Power of Partial Improvements says this area has the potential to be a beautiful spot along the river.

    To volunteer for the cleanup, contact the group at www.powerofpartial.org

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