This Saturday, volunteers are needed to put on some gloves and collect small pieces of trash, like firecracker shells or golf tees, and larger pieces of junk, like a city of Lodi barricades and a large zip-locked bag of fresh grapes.
All of these items were found in 2009 during the Lodi version of the statewide California Coastal Cleanup Day in 2009. The cleanup included a record-setting 328 volunteers collecting 1,500 pounds of trash from Lodi Lake Park and the Mokelumne River, said Kathy Grant, the city's watershed education coordinator.
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