Adopt A Local Road And Help Keep Martin County Trash-Free

by Holly Gambrell Jul 06, 2017 02:20 PM

Roadside litter is not only an eyesore, but is also hazardous to the beautiful oceans and ecosystems that make Martin County such an amazing place. 

Keep Martin Beautiful’s Adopt-A-Road campaign is seeking volunteers to help reduce litter and keep roads in Martin County trash-free. 

The program offers businesses, civic groups, school groups, places of worship, families and individuals the opportunity to adopt a minimum one-mile section of county-maintained roadside for the purpose of litter reduction. 

Teams make a commitment to remove litter along the adopted area at least six times a year. Keep Martin Beautiful provides safety vests, trash bags and pick-up sticks. 

For more information, call 772.781.1222 or visit keepmartinbeautiful.org/adopt-road.html. 

Photo courtesy of Keep Martin Beautiful 


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