Monday, April 14, 2014

Community gathers to clean-up saw and grist mill Landmark

On Sat. April 12, 2014 members of the Provo community gathered to clean-up trash, dead tree limbs, and other rubbish from a Provo City saw and grist mill historical marker located adjacent to Taco Bell at 150 West 1230 North.

Provo City provided a tree pruning crew who helped thin and trim dead growth on the copse of trees located at the landmark. The city also provided a dumpster for volunteers to place trash and other materials cleaned from the site.

You can check out a few photos of clean-up efforts here:
Kids Mills Landmark cleanup.jpg
Kids assisting with cleanup

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Provo City tree trimming crew at work
Mills Landmark Stream.jpg
Volunteers cleaning the river
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Provo City tree trimming crew at work
Tree trim crew.jpg
Tree crews clear brush
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Cleaned up riverbanks

If you’d like to check out some “before” photos of the location, check out this post from the Council’s blog announcing the event.

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