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Volunteers Help Clean Up Cherry Creek

For years, Cherry Creek Canyon in the Ventura County backcountry has been littered with shotgun shells, bullet casings, shot-up televisions, furniture, and other trash. It's the result of unmanaged, unauthorized target shooting that has turned the area into one of the most trashed sites in Los Padres National Forest. On Oct. 29, 80 volunteers removed over 2.5 tons of trash — the area's largest cleanup effort to date. Los Padres ForestWatch — in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service and local sponsors Patagonia, Matilija Pure

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