Monthly archive for April 2018

Editorial: Other states clean up, why can’t we?

Cape Cod Times – For too long, citizens have simply accepted the deplorable amount of trash and litter on our roadsides, in our neighborhoods and at other public spaces. When it comes to litter, here and across the commonwealth, we need nothing less than a cultural change. 

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Sign up, clean up

Lock Haven Express – The snow is gone (hopefully), revealing the beautiful landscape of Central Pennsylvania. But there are scars all around. We’re talking about trash. Trash that people discard from their vehicles along the roads of our region. They’re polluters. They’re also law-breakers. So it’s this time

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Help needed for the Great American Cleanup!

Centralpa.com – Pinecroft, Blair County, Pa. – We’re in the middle of the Great American Cleanup! In Pennsylvania, it runs from March 1st through May 31st. Volunteers are needed to help out with efforts in Blair County. On April 28th volunteers should meet at 9:00 A.M. At the Pinecroft Fire Hall

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Keep Philadelphia Beautiful Offers Cigarette Litter Prevention Micro-Grants

PA Environment Digest –  Keep Philadelphia Beautiful is now accepting applications for Cigarette Litter Micro-Grants from community-based nonprofit organizations in Philadelphia working on litter abatement and prevention.  The deadline for applications is April 20. The guidelines for this grant can be found online, and funding will be awarded based on impact, sustainability,

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Helpers welcome at Great American Cleanup

The News Eagle – WAYNE/PIKE – Volunteers are being sought for this year’s Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania, which began March 1 and runs through May 31. The program is hosted by PennDOT. During 2017 there were 96 Great American Cleanup events held in Pike County and 44

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