Spring Breakers Descend on Mammoth Cave National Park

When you think of spring break you often think about vacation and relaxation, but what about more work? That's what a group of college students from Texas A&M did.

Along with students from Boston and Vanderbilt universities, these students will be working at Mammoth Cave National Park.

Their task is to clean up dump sites and help rid trash in the caves.

One student says helping clean up places such as Mammoth Cave, is a way to help fix a bigger problem.

"Even though I'm from Texas," says Destiny Winning from Texas A&M, "the problems here are all over the place so, I wanna get involved just being there. There's thousands of places I could've went like you said, but they will always be there."

Friday the students will be working in the Rio Springs area, where the dump site is almost a mile long.

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