Carl Garner celebrates Federal Land Cleaning Day, encouraging nationwide participation in land cleansing in the United States. It’s Labor Day on the first Saturday. It can include many events, events and activities. It was celebrated as “Federal Lands National Cleanup Day” by the Federal Lands Cleanup Act in 1985 and honored by Carl Garner. It was renamed in 1995 to continue its work of encouraging citizens to clear the Gears Ferry Lake and Little Red River in Arkansas.
The President of the United States releases a proclamation annually asking people to celebrate Carl Garner Federal Lands Cleaning Day with appropriate programs and activities. However, there may be activities on any day other than the first Saturday after Labor Day if the land manager decides that an alternate date is higher due to weather or other factors. Each federal land management agency, together with volunteers and state local authorities, manages cleaning and maintenance activities.
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The targeted areas for Carl Garner Federal Lands Cleanup Day are public lands, recreation areas and agency jurisdictions. The activities on this day are aimed at: preserving the beauty and security of these areas and continuing to support the private sector; Protect people’s ownership and enhance the sense of community in these areas; Reduces waste along the land and works to improve and improve trails, recreation areas, waterways and utilities.
In the past years, many communities have participated in various cleaning activities to this day. For example, the annual Gears Ferry Lake and Little Red River cleanup attracts and entertains hundreds of volunteers. Local businesses also pledged their support for the event.