Note: If you need community service or volunteer hours, please contact 919-934-7156, ext. 3. Thank you for your interest!
There are numerous environmental-related volunteer opportunities throughout the year to help keep Johnston County beautiful. Listed below are some of these options.
For additional volunteer opportunities, see Volunteer Opportunities in Johnston County at www.johnstonnc.com
This Litter Sweep is an annual statewide roadside litter cleanup drive sponsored by the North Carolina Department of Transportation and the Governor. More information can be found on the Main Litter Sweep webpage.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation established the Adopt-A-Highway (AAH) program in 1988 in response to growing public concern regarding litter along the highways. The AAH program is a joint effort between community volunteers and the NCDOT.
Use the links below to learn more about how to support the AAH program:
There are several contests and awards at national, state, and county levels for individual and groups who are promoting awareness of recycling and environmental issues.
The Johnston County Soil and Water Conservation District sponsors several poster and essay contests on environmental issues throughout the year for local students. These include a poster contest for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students; an essay contest for 5th and 6th grade students; and a PowerPoint contest for 6th grade students. The contest theme is based on an environmental topic that rotates each year.
Please contact the Soil and Water Conservation District at 919-934-7156 x3 for more information.
Use the links below for more information on county environmental contests and to view previous contest winners:
The Johnston County Soil and Water Conservation District recognizes local farmers every year for outstanding conservation efforts. Three awards are given:
Visit the Soil and Water Conservation website or contact the Soil and Water Conservation District at 919-934-7156 x3 for more information.
For more information about recycling and going green, please see the links below:
Page last updated: February 3, 2021