"Bring us your trash," announces Becky Clark, Manhattan, co-director of the Recycalusa, as campers pack up and leave the Wakarusa Music & Camping Festival at Clinton State Park. The Recycalusa program included supplying campers with bags for trash and recyclables and posting 240 recycling barrels throughout the grounds. Free T-shirts and other items were distributed for those participating in the recycling program.
Hazel Hunt, 3, helps her mother Chris Hunt, Lawrence, wife of Paul Hunt, director of human services at Ballard Community Center, 708 Elm St., box canned food at the center. The Conscious Alliance out of Boulder, Colo., collected more than 5,000 pounds of food items donated by Wakarusa Music & Camping Festival attendees. Workers with Conscious Alliance delivered the items Monday to the Ballard Center food bank.
Campers at the Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival at Clinton Lake State Park, deliver trash and recyclables to a Recycalusa dropoff.
Jeff Juckel, McHenry, ILL., delivers a bag of recyclable trash at a Recycalusa site at the Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival at Clinton Lake State Park.