It seems pretty clear that aspiring Eagle Scout Parker Nasman isn’t afraid of a little hard work.
For his Eagle project, the Florida Boy Scout is aiming to clean up a local waterway that has become so clogged with fallen trees and other debris that it’s difficult for canoeists to paddle through the beautiful area.
Here’s the catch, since the run is part of the National Wilderness Preservation System, no power tools area allowed. That means Parker and the volunteers he recruits will have to use hand saws to cut away even the thickest branches.
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