Pieces of trash collected and counting…


…on our way to 1 million pieces!

Check out the amazing cleanup efforts and conservation stories from participants like you, National Wildlife programs like Earth Tomorrow, EcoLeaders, Eco-Schools USA, Great American Campout and from our partner, Johnson Outdoors.

See the Challenge in Action


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Featured Stories

National Wildlife Federation

Great Falls Park Cleanup
McLean, Virginia

National Wildlife Federation team members participated in the Clean Earth Challenge and cleaned up trash in the beautiful 800-acre Great Falls Park located only 15 miles from the Nation’s Capital. Even though the park covers a lot of ground, the team collected over 1000 pieces. Every piece collected counts and helps preserve the park.

Man in kayak holding several bags of collected trash

Johnson Outdoors

Salt Life Virtual Fishing Tournament

Johnson Outdoors and the Clean Earth Challenge partnered with Salt Life on a month-long virtual fishing tournament to pick up harmful trash and debris from various waterways around the country. Whether fishing in a kayak or canoe, boat or the shore, participants knew how to reel it in and pick up trash, too.

Two teenagers with matching "Clean Earth Challenge" tshirts smile as they walk through a forest

Earth Tomorrow

Arabia Mountain Cleanup
Metro Atlanta, Georgia

Earth Tomorrow® (NWF’s multi-cultural, youth environmental education and leadership program based in Atlanta) participated in the Clean Earth Challenge with students from the LEED-certified Arabia Mountain High School (metro Atlanta) and picked up over 478 pieces of litter on campus. Go students!