Conservation Law Foundation's Slash Trash Challenge
Saturday, September 19 – Friday, September 25, 2020
We have a trash problem. And while it’s not your fault, you are the solution.
Together, we need to rise up and advocate for a zero-waste future. You can start right now by joining CLF’s second annual Slash Trash Challenge! For one week, we’re cutting the trash in our homes and our communities while also championing zero-waste systems. What does that involve?
Advocating for Zero Waste means:
✅ Educating yourself and others on our trash crisis
✅ Ditching disposable plates and cups
✅ Using resuable mugs and bottles where possible
✅ Bringing your own tote bags when grocery shopping
✅ Supporting zero-waste policies and legislation
✅ And more!
By joining our Challenge, you'll discover tricks of the trade to slashing trash from your life, hear from experts on what's wrong with our current waste systems, and learn about long-term solutions for creating a more sustainable, zero-waste future across New England.
Are you up for the Challenge?
Registration closes on Friday, September 11.