Duvall & Richardson Landing Cleanup April 1


TIPTON COUNTY, Tenn. – The Tennessee Delta Alliance and Keep Tipton County Beautiful are calling for volunteers to join in the Duvall and Richardson Landing clean up event 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. CDT, April 1, 2023. The event is open to all, and local citizens passionate about helping protect Tipton County’s environment are encouraged to sign-up.

Volunteers’ sign-up here:  SignUp

 “We’re excited to be part of this joint cleanup initiative with Keep Tipton County Beautiful and TN Delta Alliance,” Mayor Jeff Huffman said. “Let me encourage our residents to participate in the event on April 1, and to be part of the continued efforts to keep our county clean and beautiful.”

To join this important anti-litter initiative, SignUp here. Registration on April 1 and litter kick-off will be held at Duvall Landing, 959 Coon Valley Rd., Drummonds, TN 38023. A free t-shirt and water bottles will be given to the first 50 registrants. Snacks, water, gloves and trash bags will be provided.

The mission of Keep Tipton County Beautiful, an affiliate of Keep Tennessee Beautiful, is to educate people about ways to eliminate litter and improve citizen awareness of ways to conserve natural resources. “Working together we will make our county more beautiful and litter free,” Executive Director Jessica Hernandez said.

Tennessee Delta Alliance oversees environmental and beautification efforts for the Great River Road National Scenic Byway. The group is also working towards establishing a water-based regional affiliation for Keep America Beautiful, to service the counties of Dyer, Lake, Lauderdale, Shelby and Tipton.

“TDA is hyper-focused on helping keep the five counties around the Great River Road litter-free,” Director Edmond McDavis III said. “Having our local citizens join us in these efforts is strategic to accomplishing the mission.”

For more information, visit KeepTiptonBeautiful or TnDeltaAlliance

Volunteers’ sign-up here:  SignUp

TDA is funded through a grant with the Tennessee Department of Transportation. The grant supports Governor Clement’s Executive Order #23 (1965), establishing a Mississippi River Parkway Commission for Tennessee. The Alliance is part of the University of Memphis’ Center for Regional Economic Enrichment.

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