Small group of fellas in the south bronx, decided to help clean the very popular Franz Sigel park just south of the the world famous Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York. The project was viewed by the Park staff as a great effort to help clean a park that is typically under staffed and in dire need of a hand. Just like many of the smaller parks found throughout the five (5) boroughs of New York CIty, Franz Sigel has incredible amount of litter and trash (among other things) that could be cleaned. Since we were a small group, we concentrated on two areas of the park lands. The main entrance on 153rd Street and Grand Concourse and the on of the secondary entrances by Walton Ave. The project consisted of removal of trash off landscaped areas of the park, where the most trash is accumulated after time and removal of leafs and debris on the walking paths. We all hope to continue to work on this park and possibly others in the Bronx and possibly else where in the city. In the few hours that we were there, we ran into several people who use the park frequently that wish to join in the effort. One of the main things that we believe in about an organization such as 350 is the ability to get people from their own community to help preserve it and hopefully beyond!