This past July, Trash Free Maryland welcomed four new community members to its Board of Directors. Below, learn more about the individuals who will be helping to shape and support our future efforts to address litter and trash pollution statewide….
Foam Ban a Convenient Excuse for DART’s Departure from Maryland
Ashley Van Stone will resign later this year. Search for new leader commencing in September.
Volunteer registration is now open for one of six locations in Baltimore.
Learn how you can support banning plastic bags in Baltimore.
What we’re starting to learn about a connection between clean communities and wellness.
Maryland becomes first state to ban foam food containers
Events and opportunities to support a Trash Free MD this spring.
Learn about how they hope to drive change statewide.
Read on for updates about the status of the foam ban.
Pledge to pick and post!
In 2019 we will once again fight for a statewide ban on EPS foam products.
In a fresh take on “the cleanup event,” we’re connecting with new partners and stakeholders as we strive to prevent litter and protect our waterways.
Written by Molly Cook, Graduate student with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and School of Nursing
Read on to find out what happened, and what did not happen, to the EPS foam bans in Anne Arundel County and the City of Annapolis.
Trash Free Maryland, founded in 2010, is a nonprofit organization focused on lasting change to prevent trash pollution.
In 2016, Trash Free Maryland was awarded funding to help address urban litter issues within the City of Baltimore. This funding has supported myriad initiatives, including research, the formation of our Trash Free Baltimore Collaborative, and more recently gave rise…
Our collective voices are strong, but mobilizing Marylanders around trash pollution is hard work.