Kateřina Piechowicz, chairwoman of the association Čisté Beskydy, told ČTK on behalf of the organizers.
“All those interested can go to one of the four stations from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., where bags and gloves will be available for free. They will also receive small refreshments at marked stands on Čeladná near the Cyrilka chapel, on Ostravica near the Na Pile complex, on Ondřejnická Street in Frýdlant nad Ostravicí and at Roubenka Ondřejníček,” said Piechowicz.
Volunteers can choose any route on which they will clean up, they can return the filled bags at any of the four collection points. Games for children will also be prepared at the stands. Collected mixed and bulky waste will be taken by the municipalities to the landfill, plastics will go to the line for sorting and recycling.
By planting trees, the organizers want to appeal primarily to families with children and the young generation. “However, it is a gradual renewal of the forest, but at the same time, each new tree absorbs part of the carbon dioxide that is responsible for the warming of the climate,” said Piechowicz.
Betting will take place on Podolánky, near the site near the Cyrilka chapel. “That’s where the volunteers learn the details. Tools, seedlings and workers will be available on site, who will gladly advise everyone,” said Piechowicz.
Those interested can find detailed information on Facebook or the website of the association Čisté Beskydy. The event is held in cooperation with Biskupské lesy and is supported by Heimstaden.