Adriannah Hansen (right) and Amber Merrill haul out a burned bed frame from a homeless camp behind Home Depot on Evergreen Way on Friday during a cleanup organizedby the Hand Up Project. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Adriannah Hansen (right) and Amber Merrill haul out a burned bed frame from a homeless camp behind Home Depot on Evergreen Way on Friday during a cleanup organizedby the Hand Up Project. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Volunteers clean up homeless camp infested with garbage

The organization’s founder used to live and do drugs in the same woods.

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