Adopt a Highway

Insight into the Adopt a Highway program, which offers both organizations and volunteer groups the opportunity to contribute to their community and province. This program is aimed at promoting community pride and a means of publicly recognizing group efforts.

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14 Reasons to Adopt a Highway in B.C.

14 Reasons to Adopt a Highway in B.C.

You might know that Adopt a Highway is a volunteer-based roadside clean-up program which builds community pride, beautifies B.C.’s roadsides and reduces the spread of invasive plants. But here are more reasons why your community or work group might want to care for two kilometres (or more) alongside a B.C. highway. It’s Great Exercise – Move your major muscle groups by doing litter pick-up, landscape planting, weeding, and (if you want) hand-pulling non-toxic invasive plants. You can use the...

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