Monthly archive for October 2019

Volunteers pull about 300 tires from Yough River

Trib Live – Sixty-five volunteers pulled about 300 tires from a 4-mile stretch of the Youghiogheny River on Sunday, according to Westmoreland Cleanways director Ellen Keefe.  But there is still more work to do.  “We are definitely planning to do this next year,” she said. “This will

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Keep PA Beautiful: Still Time To Organize, Join An International Coastal Cleanup In Your Community

PA Environment Digest – There is still time to participate in the 2019 Pick Up Pennsylvania, a fall cleanup program supporting the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup.  Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful invites individuals, families, friends, civic organizations and businesses to coordinate a cleanup or join an existing cleanup to remove

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Friends of the Trail workday is Sunday

The Express – LOCK HAVEN — After two consecutive years of never ending rainfall washed out sections of the Bald Eagle Valley Trail system, the Clinton County Planning Department announced the third party contractor has completed repairing drainage issues. To complete the project community members are needed

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Keep PA Beautiful: Still Time To Organize, Join An International Coastal Cleanup In Your Community

PA Environment Digest Blog -There is still time to participate in the 2019 Pick Up Pennsylvania, a fall cleanup program supporting the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup.  Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful invites individuals, families, friends, civic organizations and businesses to coordinate a cleanup or join an existing cleanup

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There is Still Time to Participate in Pick Up Pennsylvania – Supporting International Coastal Cleanup

(October 18, 2019) – There is still time to participate in the 2019 Pick Up Pennsylvania, a fall cleanup program supporting the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup. Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful invites individuals, families, friends, civic organizations and businesses to coordinate a cleanup or join an existing cleanup

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PennDOT: Money better spent on roads than trash

YourErie.com – HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – PennDOT is encouraging drivers not to litter, saying the cleanup costs millions that could be better spent elsewhere.​  PennDOT officials said just over $9 million was spent cleaning up litter and debris from along roads last year. ​​Between 2014 and 2018, the

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State Rep. Warren to host Tyler cleanup Friday

Courier Times -Volunteers will also plant native wildflower seeds.  State Rep. Perry Warren of Newtown Borough will host a cleanup at Tyler State Park on Friday morning. He is partnering with Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful for the Pick Up Pennsylvania fall event to support the International Coastal Cleanup.  “My

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