- Protecting Virginia’s scenic viewsheds
- Promoting more walkable and bicycle friendly options in communities
- Promoting tree planting, roadside wildflower and scenic byway programs
The organization will use their grant funding to combat cigarette litter in a skate park at Veteran’s Memorial Park.
Partnering with Eco-cell, the zoo plans to recycle electronics like smartphones, tablets, adapters, and chargers.
The The Clean Valley Council provides education and outreach on litter prevention and recycling throughout Roanoke County.
Concerned about the recyclable waste ending up in landfills during their Summer concerts, Hillsville developed their project called “Tuned to Recycle.”
They envision that this area will serve as a community gathering spot where people can meet and interact with their rescue squad, and where hardworking volunteers of the organization can relax and enjoy.
Friends of Peak Creek, Inc. will place commercial cigarette butt receptacles throughout the town of Pulaski in order to reduce cigarette litter.
The Center’s plan is to better utilize the green space in front of their building to encourage the surrounding community to enjoy it.