Garbage at the side of the road near Table Rock in Vermont last month. (iWN photo)


A resident of Vermont is urging visitors to Table Rock to keep the recreational site clean and take their garbage with them when they leave.

Osborne “Yabba” Hewitt invited iWitness News to visit the site after one of the recent holidays and pointed out where visitors had discarded garbage along the main road where a track leads to the site.

Table Rock recreational site in Vermont. (iWN photo)

There were pieces of disposable along the riverbank near the site, which is popular with picnic goers.

It was the second time for the year that Hewitt was informing iWitness News of the garbage issue at the site.

He said in February that residents of the South Leeward community had cleaned up the garbage that visitors had left behind.

3 replies on “Vermont man wants visitors to keep Table Rock clean”

  1. C. ben-David says:

    From my many observations, including at Buccament Bay beach, these litter bugs are almost exclusively our own people. I have also observed day tourists (cruise ship visitors) and short term foreign visitors pick up garbage at Buccament Bay left behind by our nasty people.

    One issue encouraging widespread littered is the absence of garbage bins, a responsibility clearly in the hands of the central government.

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