New Haven Register: About 110 people braved the cold Monday [January 21] to clear debris from a marsh at Silver Sands State Park [in Milford, Connecticut].

“We were really relying on the volunteers, that they were going to show up. And they did. It was so heartwarming,” event organizer Steve Johnson said.

Most of the trash appeared related to Hurricane Sandy, which hit in late October, said Johnson, the city’s new open space and natural resource agent.

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