2020 was a challenging year for many!  From families staying home, parents becoming psuedo teachers and volunteer organizations like Green Up Ashland to get creative on running this years event. 

Due to the pandemic, our event was delayed till the fall.  Signup was completely done online and with the help of volunteer, 63 Green Up bags were then delivered to participants.

We need to acknowledge some wonderful organizations like the Ashland Lions Club and Workmans Circle Group for cleaning up such large areas in town. Also wonderful cub and girls scout troops took part as well.

Thank you to the 40 Adopt-a-Street volunteers who helped keep our town cleaner than usual this year!

Thank you to those that participated this year. You can see all our 2020 stats and event pictures here.

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Is the ONLY annual town-wide clean up event that occurs the first Saturday of May. Participation can be done individually, as a family or group (scouts, sports teams, civic or religious groups etc.) and is a great opportunity to enjoy the community outdoors while contributing to the look and value of your community.

GreenUp Ashland Commitee members from left: Karyn Dann-Barboza, Jeanne Walker, Lisa Uglialoro and (far right in green) Brette Jackson (place the new Trash/Recycle bin at the KidsSpot with Roy Correia (in red) and David Miller, along with young Ashland recycler, Aidan Barboza

Latest News and Happenings

  • Green Up Ashland committee is saying goodbye to a vital memer this year. After almost 38 years as the town's public health agent, Mark Oram is retiring. Mark is one of the original orchestrators of the Green Up Ashland initiative. 

  • Winter Newsletter has gone out! 

  • Discussions are underway for or 2021 cleanup event.

  • Thank you to the 46+ community members that took to the streets in October for this years cleanup event!

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Help increase public awareness of the environmental, improve the appearance of our town and our community roadways by adoptiong a section(s) of roadsides. This community need is available to individuals/groups/businesses here in town. 

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