It is not a secret that Louisville is FULL of beautiful parks. But how do all these parks STAY beautiful?
If this was a PSA about not littering or about stopping forest fires (which it sounds like it might be), the answer would be “YOU AND ONLY YOU.”
But the actual answer is that, at least in part, the Louisville Olmsted Parks Conservancy is why these parks stay beautiful. Would you like to change the answer back to being “YOU AND ONLY YOU”?
The Louisville Olmsted Parks Conservancy will be doing one of their volunteer “Park Nut” events this Saturday starting at 9AM at Cherokee Park. Want to be part of the beautification and clean up? Call Sarah at 456-1623 and meet all of the other volunteers in the parking lot at Lexington and Ledge Roads.
Graphic courtesy of Louisville Olmsted Parks Conservancy
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