Keep Harnett Beautiful is an initiative of the Harnett County Solid Waste Department and the Harnett County Sheriff’s Office that involves the community in responsible solutions for a clean and beautiful environment and promotes community awareness, public education, litter reduction, waste reduction, and recycling.
Harnett County recommends four ways the public can help prevent litter:
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Join us for the 2022 Keep Harnett Beautiful Spring Litter Sweep April 10-23!
Harnett County is partnering with the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) and various community partners to encourage citizens to beautify Harnett County. Volunteers can coordinate a cleanup with friends, family, and coworkers at a roadway of their choice between April 10 and 23. All registered volunteers will be provided cleanup supplies, such as reversible orange/blue trash bags, gloves and orange safety vests.
For more information on the Spring Litter Sweep, please contact Morgan Pope at 910-893-7584 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To volunteer, please complete the form below for your group of volunteers. Once you submit the form, one of our Keep Harnett Beautiful committee members will send you an email confirmation and will coordinate getting you supplies for the cleanup. All volunteer groups must register by April 15 in order to participate in our contest and receive supplies for your cleanup.
Add a little fun to your litter cleanup by participating in our litter contests! The group that collects the most bags of litter, the group that finds the most unique piece of litter, and the volunteer with the best Halloween costume will win a prize. To participate in the contest, post your picture on Facebook using the hashtag #KHBLitter22 and tag our Facebook page (@Keepharnettbeautiful). Members of the Keep Harnett Beautiful Committee will judge the photos and select the winners after April 23. Don't have Facebook? Send your photos to email@example.com.
Keep Harnett Beautiful will also host an educational virtual program for elementary school students on the Keep Harnett Beautiful Facebook page. The program will explore a watershed and visualize how everything people do, including littering, has a consequence not only for us but also for communities downstream. Students will make observations as staff perform a live watershed demonstration, and then students will create a watershed model of their own to see firsthand the movement of trash and other debris as it travels into local water sources causing contamination and impacting ecosystems. More information on this virtual program will be posted on the Keep Harnett Beautiful Facebook page at www.facebook.com/keepharnettbeautiful.