A few months ago on a little hike at Reddie Point Preserve in Jacksonville, Florida, we found this washed up debris after a series of storms and high tides. Reddie Point is part of the Timucuan Parks Foundation. This debris is yet another example of how much trash we have in our waterways. This area is where the bend of the St. Johns River begins to flow towards the intercoastal and out to the Atlantic. At least Mother Nature pushed it onto land where we could pick it up.
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