June 29 2018 06:05 AM

The group is also creating a model for stormwater runoff management for the city.

A group of six teenagers are mowing lawns to improve Youngstown, Ohio.

The teenagers are employed through a partnership between the Mahoning County Land Bank and two other Youngstown-based community organizations. They tend to 160 parcels of land throughout the city, according to WYTV.

Keland Logan heads the programs and mentors the teenagers. The group is also creating a model for stormwater runoff management for the city, according to WYTV.