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.

A huge thank you to the 173 Participants that cleaned up 94 locations around town. Thank you to the volunteers for working the event and beyond grateful to the following in-town businesses that fed and/or provided supplies to make this all happen. No doubt 2019 was the most successful cleanup event we have had and we will have many improvements to make it even more successful when signing in next year. We hope you and many more will join us every year! Check out full stats on our 2019 here.

Because of the generous grants we recieved in 2019 from the Ashland Selectman Grant and the New England Grassroots Environment Fund grant, we were able to purchase a wonderful trash/recycle bin that is now located at the KidSpot area at Stone Park. Ashland DPW was so happy to have this unit placed there as well. While it helps spread awareness of recycling, it contributes to the area being cleaner.


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

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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. 

Latest News and Happenings

  • Our 2020 Annual Cleanup with be occurring first weekend of August. Registration will be completely done online and bags distributed to participants prior to the event/weekend. More details to come!

  • Summer 2020 newsletter has gone out!

  • If you have a High School Student that is looking for community hours - email us at - we have areas or activities for them!

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