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Learn about recent developments in Nobody Trashes Tennessee’s mission to end littering through our newsroom. While Tennessee has beautiful scenery, roadside litter remains a challenge. Stay informed about our litter-prevention campaigns and the steps Nobody Trashes Tennessee is taking to protect Tennessee’s natural beauty through the following articles.

The two councils join Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee to offer the new Nobody Trashes Tennessee patch Girl Scout Troops offered multiple ways to earn patches including participating in a community cleanup or by completing litter prevention educational resources NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Feb. 6, 2024 – Tennessee Department of Transportation’s (TDOT) Nobody Trashes Tennessee litter prevention campaign […] Read More
Image By Vecstock Around this time of year, Tennessee is enveloped in a magical winter wonderland. But as the holiday season approaches, this can also mean winter blues for many. According to the National Institute of Health, many people may feel sad as the days get shorter, taking away the good cheer that season is […] Read More
University of Tennessee Athletics teamed up with Tennessee Department of Transportation’s (TDOT) Nobody Trashes Tennessee and Keep Knoxville Beautiful on Nov. 29 as part of No Trash November, a month-long statewide initiative encouraging Tennesseans to participate in cleanup events in their communities, and the student-athletes will be doing their part to help wrap-up the month by cleaning up around the campus. Read […] Read More
After a cold start, the skies cleared and temperatures warmed for the fall 2023 Hendersonville “No Litter November” trash cleanup day held on Saturday, Nov. 11. The event was sponsored by Beautiful Hendersonville, with support from the Cumberland River Compact. Read the full article as published in Hendersonville Standard Read More
Keep Maury Beautiful collected 520 pounds of litter from Cleburne Road on Nov. 11 as part of TDOT’s No Trash November initiative and is encouraging residents to get involved to keep the county litter free.Keep M Read the full article as published in The Daily Herald, AOL Read More