With Environmental Experts, Community Counsel, The Talbot Trail ATV Club and host of the St. Williams Forestry Farm cleanup – The Norfolk County ATV Club; approximately 60 volunteers gathered and collected about 5 tons of littered garbage, steel, tires, a refrigerator, a stove, exhaust systems and excessive amounts of crude oil and toxic wastes.
The Norfolk County ATV Clubs mission is to keep our lands and communities free of littered waste and to promote a fun and safe atmosphere for ATV riding throughout Ontario.
The Norfolk County ATV Club and Talbot Trail ATV Club stand proud to be affiliated with the OFATV Association.
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This video is a compilation of a still picture slide show. You can view the full event video at my Blog. To watch the video of the full event “CLICK HERE!” If you are on a dial-up connection, the full event video will take a day or two to download. The video file is huge! If you’re on high speed, it’s all GOOD!
Copies of the full event will be available by order through the club or Philip Mutrie only. Copies will be $10.00 each! $2.00 will go for the materials and $8.00 will go to a good cause! The good cause being “building our safe and clean trail system!”