Hosted by the Green Up Ashland Committee

Welcome to the Green Up Ashland website where we provide information on our annual town clean-up.

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This year's event will take place on
Saturday, May 7th, 2016

9am - 12noon
at the Stone Park Pavilion.

This year’s satellite locations for signing up the day of the event are outside Sunnyside Cafe downtown or outside Encompass Gym (formerly Gold’s Gym) on Homer Ave.

Participate individually, as a family or group (scouts, sports teams, civic groups, religious groups, etc.). 

This is a great opportunity to enjoy the outdoors while contributing to your community.

Please bring your own work gloves, and wear bright clothing for safety.

A BIG thank you to all of our sponsors, volunteers, and participants who made last year's event a big success!

2015 Sponsors include
-Ashland Directions

-Ashland McDonald's

-Bodacious Bagels

-Ashland Shaw's Supermarket

-Ashland Market Basket

-Ashland Dunkin Donuts (Route 135)

The Green Up Ashland Committee extends a special thank you to Governor Baker for the citations and to Jon Fetherston for bringing us to Governor Baker's attention.

Green Up Ashland Stats from 2015:

(225) Yellow bags distributed

(100) clear recyclable collection bags distributed

(190) Volunteers (up from 150 last year!!)

(95) Locations throughout town were cleaned (up from 61 locations last year!!)

(4) community serice volunteers from the Ashland High School

(2) Scout troops participated

A HUGH thank you to the local businesses of Ashland for donating an assortment of goodies for our volunteers, organizers and participants during the event:

Bodacious Bagels


Dunkin Donuts

Honey Dew


Market Basket

Lastly, Thank you Shuttertime Photo for being there to capture the community commitment with your photography!

Green Up stats from 2014:

220 Yellow bags were distributed for trash collection 

151 Total participants

50 Clear bags were distributed for recyclable trash collection

61 Locations throughout the town were cleaned up! 

4 Community service volunteers from Ashland High School assisted

2 Boy Scout troops participated


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