On May 7, PA DCNR’s Bald Eagle State Forest employees will join CleanScapes volunteers. Together they will collect the litter. In just a few hours, Mount Riansares vista will be restored to its rightful prominence.
March 26 Mill Hall weather conditions were less than ideal – forecasted rain, possible hail. Fishing Creek was surrounded by scattered litter. Working five separate sites, the teams collected 1,460 pounds of litter in less than 3 hours.
Each year between March 1 May 31 and September 1 November 30 during Pick Up Pennsylvania, registered events can get free cleanup supplies, such as bags, gloves and vests.
While driving around Pennsylvania, you’ve probably seen the blue-and-white signs recognizing organizations and individuals who have committed to keeping certain stretches of roadway free of litter. But, have you ever considered adopting a local road, or natural area, yourself? Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, an organization committed to maintaining a clean and beautiful Pennsylvania, invites Pennsylvanians to … Continue reading Adopt a local road or natural area to keep it litter free
Spring is finally here, and CleanScapes is ready to get to work. We'll need your help! The CleanScapes Advisory Board and Project Director Elisabeth Lynch McCoy recently met to discuss and approve dates for the first cleanup events of 2019. Each year, the nonprofit strives to locate and clean up at least four sites over … Continue reading Save the dates: CleanScapes announces 2019 cleanup events
Did you know the Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania takes place March 1 through May 31? This is the time when Pennsylvanians comes together to participate in efforts to clean up the Commonwealth, as folks from across the country make the effort on the national scale for the Great American Cleanup! Citizens form volunteer groups … Continue reading Great American Cleanup of PA is March 1 through May 31
Join the Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania Football team players and other community volunteers for the Fishing Creek Streambank & Roadside Cleanup on Sunday, March 31, 2019! The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., with volunteer cleanup crews removing litter from along Route 64 and Route 150 in Mill Hall Borough … Continue reading Join us on March 31 for our first cleanup of 2019!
With the onset spring, snow is beginning to melt away. This brings the annual unveiling of litter that has, perhaps unknowingly, been accumulating beneath the pretty white stuff all winter long. My husband and I have decided to start walking in our small community, preparing for our goal to participate in at least one Pennsylvania … Continue reading Little acts can make a big difference
CleanScapes held its final forest beautification event of 2018 in Piatt Township, Lycoming County, on Saturday, November 3. Dozens of volunteers turned out to play a part in removing litter and tires from the wooded hillsides along Stewart Run Creek, which features moderate-to-steeply sloped terrain. And the results were amazing. Although initial estimates suggested at … Continue reading Volunteers remove 175 tires, nearly 1.5 tons of trash during November 3 event
CleanScapes will hold a forest beautification event in Piatt Township, Lycoming County, on Saturday, November 3, 2018 – and you can participate! After being treated to a doughnut breakfast, volunteers will be tasked with removing litter and tires from the forested hillside adjacent to Stewart Run Creek. The clean-up will begin about 9:30 a.m. and … Continue reading Sign up to help CleanScapes on November 3 in Piatt Township