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Join us on March 31 for our first cleanup of 2019!

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!

CleanScapes honored to receive $500 donation from LH Sons & Daughters of Italy

Featured photo depicts organization representatives who were recipients of donations from the Loggia Giosue Carducci Lodge No. 146 Sons and Daughters of Italy on February 26, 2019. Dr. Lester Kleckner, CleanScapes board member, is pictured sixth from left, second row. CleanScapes was honored to receive a $500 check donation from the Loggia Giosue Carducci Lodge … Continue reading CleanScapes honored to receive $500 donation from LH Sons & Daughters of Italy

Little acts can make a big difference

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

Cement Hollow Road cleanup volunteers - November 2018

2019: Looking Beyond CleanScapes’ Year of Relentless Rain

Featured photo depicts volunteers at the November 3, 2018, Piatt Township Cleanup event, courtesy of CleanScapes Advisory Board President Dr. John Reid. Planning 2018 spring, summer, and autumn outdoor community clean-up events was exceedingly challenging.  Week after week of unending springtime rainfall turned saturated sod into squishy mush, and wadable waterways became fast-moving, silt-laden flows … Continue reading 2019: Looking Beyond CleanScapes’ Year of Relentless Rain

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Help CleanScapes reach its 2019 goals

This year marks the 20th year of activities for CleanScapes. And we're not done yet! Each year, our committed volunteers come together for clean-up events across Clinton and Lycoming Counties to take what have become illegal dumpsites and return them to their natural state. Literally tons of debris are removed at each cleanup event. These … Continue reading Help CleanScapes reach its 2019 goals

May 17-18 Tire Collection free for Clinton County residents

Looking to dispose of old tires? If you live in Clinton County, a two-day event coming up in May will allow you to dispose of your tires for free. The Wayne Township Landfill Residential Tire Collection will be held Friday, May 17 and Saturday, May 18. The collection is free to Clinton County residents who … Continue reading May 17-18 Tire Collection free for Clinton County residents

‘CleanScapes’ debuts new logo

We're excited to announce an update! CleanScapes is proud to announce we have a brand new logo. While Clinton County CleanScapes is the title affiliated with our official, federally recognized Employer Identification Number (EIN), we've come to realize that it does not demonstrate all of our work. "Clinton County CleanScapes" does not reflect our Keep … Continue reading ‘CleanScapes’ debuts new logo

Cement Hollow Road cleanup volunteers - November 2018

Volunteers remove 175 tires, nearly 1.5 tons of trash during November 3 event

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

Longtime CleanScapes volunteer Don Lysle honored with KPB ‘Outstanding Volunteer’ Award

Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful announced the recipients of its 2018 Outstanding Volunteer Awards on January 22. CleanScapes is excited to announce that volunteer Don Lysle, who has participated in hundreds of cleanups across the Commonwealth and dozens with CleanScapes, was one of those honored. Nominations for volunteers were submitted by KPB affiliate organizations, including Clinton County … Continue reading Longtime CleanScapes volunteer Don Lysle honored with KPB ‘Outstanding Volunteer’ Award

CleanScapes honored to receive 2019 Clinton County Community Foundation grant

The Clinton County CleanScapes Advisory Board Members would like to thank the Clinton County Community Foundation (CCCF) for its approval of a 2019 grant application for $4,001.58. This grant will help CleanScapes, a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, cover expenses related to event insurance; computer anti-virus software; printing, mailing and educational materials; and other much-needed equipment … Continue reading CleanScapes honored to receive 2019 Clinton County Community Foundation grant