April 2nd, 2012

GO GREEN, WEAR ORANGE.

Preserve Infrastructure, by Catherine Higgins.

Utah residents are invited to participate in UDOT’s first annual Adopt-a-Highway Earth Day clean-up.

UDOT's Adopt a Highway program will clean-up for Earth Day

Hundreds of groups in the state have committed to doing regular clean up along state routes. UDOT would like to welcome those groups and others to celebrate Earth Day a day early by participating in the first annual Adopt-a-Highway Earth Day event on Saturday, April 21 starting at 9 a.m.

Registered groups who want to participate should meet at the UDOT Maintenance Station nearest their assigned state route. All other groups or individuals who want to participate should contact the nearest Adopt-a-Highway coordinator by phone or email so UDOT can be provide orange bags and safety gear for the event.

Some areas in east Salt Lake or Summit County may still be too snowy for a clean-up. Groups that still want to participate should call and make arrangements to meet at another area nearby.

Adopt a Highway groups across the state of Utah have elected to celebrate Earth Day on Saturday April 21. UDOT Adopt-a-Highway coordinator Ashlee Parrish is promoting the statewide event as a way to help improve the community, the environment, and the aesthetics of state highways and “welcome this warm weather with a little spring cleaning!”

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Responses to “GO GREEN, WEAR ORANGE.”

  1. I’m glad that UDOT is redefining the term “spring cleaning” with the help of so many dedicated Adot a Highway volunteers.

    I have never seen less trash along the major roadways in my area than any time in the last five years and I think that’s owing mostly to the work of your volunteers.

  2. we really need to stress the importance of earthy day. We only have one guys!

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