Litter prevention program cuts butts at Ohiopyle, Raccoon Creek parks

Trib Live -Ohiopyle in Fayette County and Raccoon Creek in Beaver County are among six Pennsylvania state parks that have seen a reduction in unsightly cigarette litter through a grant program administered by Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful. Cook Forest, Clear Creek, Kinzua Bridge and Maurice K. Goddard state parks also are part of the program, which has seen cigarette litter in targeted areas of each park drop from a combined 4,566 butts during an initial count to 966 in a second count conducted this year. A final count will occur next May.

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