Your national forest is 187 tons cleaner

Mark Twain National Forest looks much better thanks again to Godi’s Excavating, LLC. 

The company successfully completed a debris cleanup contract that covered large sections of the Poplar Bluff and Eleven Point ranger districts. 

Many illegal dump sites occur across the Forest; but working together, people can stop the trash on public land. This year, the debris cleanup contract led to 187 tons of trash being removed from the Forest.

The trash from each identified dump site was completely removed as was all debris within 100 feet on both sides of several Forest roads. 

Tires being hauled off from Mark Twain National Forest as part of recent contracted cleanup.

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