It is impossible for the edge of Larson Woodland on Riverbank Road to absorb the huge amount of leaves that fall each year. It takes a crew of volunteers to rake and remove the leaves in order to keep the edge of the woodland walkable. Fortunately, a great group of volunteers answered the call on Friday, December 11, and the job was done. The leaves were used to help control erosion on a slope facing the Ten Mile River.
Thanks to everyone who helped in this annual effort.