Well, after a tow truck and a good cleaning it was ready for a decent living project! I collected some old dumped tires from the community which is a perfect upcycle and purchased some outdoor spray paint from a discount store & gathered the children from my neighborhood. They scrubbed off the grime and we painted the tires and placed them strategically along the fence and filled the tubes with old bricks and soda bottles from the recycling buckets.
Proud of the hard work they put in!
Plus we cleaned up 15 dumped tires off the streets of our surrounding community and taught the kids how to garden and take pride in their neighborhood. You don't need super powers to be #SuperHuman!
Dumping Dead Zone
We have a small piece of land at the end of my street that doesn't technically belong to anyone. It is not a part of the street nor is it a part of the sidewalk. Since I live on a dead end street, my best guess is that it's just sort of 'leftover' land at the end of the street. Unfortunately, it's been a haven for illegal dumping, trash, debris, wild life and pests problems! The weeds still grow uncontrollably and someone once even abandoned an suv there.