Monthly archive for October 2018

Good news in the district

The Philadelphia Tribune – Applications now open for CleanFutures – The School District of Philadelphia recently announced that applications are open for the CleanFutures program, a contest-based citizen science and advocacy program to engage students in litter reduction. A joint effort of the Zero Waste and Litter Cabinet, the

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‘Lens On Litter’ contest entries due by Oct. 31

Trib Live – For the past 34 years, the Pennsylvania Resources Council has asked residents to turn their cameras to a decidedly non-photogenic subject: litter. The Gene Capaldi “Lens on Litter” Contest started in 1984 to call attention to littering in communities across the state. Photos submitted in

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Keep Philadelphia Beautiful Receives $5,000 Grant From UPS Foundation For Fruit Tree Planting

PA Environmental Digest – The UPS Foundation and Keep America Beautiful Thursday announced the award of a $5,000 grant to Keep Philadelphia Beautifulas part of their Community Tree and Recovery Tree Planting Program. Keep Philadelphia Beautiful is partnering with the Philadelphia Orchard Project (POP) to give away fruit trees at no cost to community members

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