Litter problem prompts Wildomar residents to take out the trash

Wildomar Beautification volunteers pick up trash along a roadway in Wildomar. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Litter can be found virtually anywhere. As a matter of fact, it was so prevalent in the late 60s and early 70s that in 1971, then-U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Clifford M. Hardin introduced Woodsy Owl to the nation. Many remember his motto, “Give a hoot; don’t pollute” and over the following decades, Woodsy Owl has helped educate and inspire youth, as well as those in the education fields, to engage in conservation of the environment. While a nationwide effort is always appreciated, for Wildomar District 4 Councilmember Bridgette Moore, it was the local trash lining the streets and roadways of her city that prompted her to take drastic action. “There was some chatter on Facebook that the city should be doing some clean up and offering free orange bags and it was
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