Participation in the Kawatana Giant Camphor Tree Road Clean Hiking
On Saturday November 3rd under a beautiful blue sky we took part in the 4th Kawatana Giant Camphor Tree Road Clean Hiking.
The course began at the woods in Kawatana and turned back at the Camphor Forest, winding along the river, which is a designated natural treasure, in all a 10km round trip. Along a seemingly beautiful route it soon became clear that as we walked picking up garbage, both large and small garbage is thrown by the wayside. Picking up the garbage soon became a competition for the participants. We picked up the garbage in a way to do the company proud.
“Kusuji” the keeper of the Camphor Forest came to cheer.
At the goal Kawatana original towels were awarded for garbage collected.