In an effort to raise money to help workers clean up after Dakota Access Pipeline protesters , who left behind massive piles of garbage, Hypeline News staff went to ask students if they are willing to give money for the cause.
Currently, garbage cleanup crews have been working on getting rid of the six months worth of trash anti-DAPL people left behind. In the beginning of February, the winter was hindering the cleanup efforts and authorities warned the garbage would become toxic in a month’s time.
Garbage, however, was not the only thing DAPL protesters left behind. Cleanup crews also found dogs, including six puppies, that were left behind by the self-proclaimed environmentalists. Some of the dogs were found with frostbite.
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