The Ashland County Solid Waste District provides education and awareness opportunities throughout Ashland County.
Our educator schedules visits to school classrooms, including home schools and Christian schools, 4-H groups, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, youth groups, clubs, organizations etc. to speak about proper recycling, composting, litter prevention and waste reduction. Our curriculum covers a large range of ages. These lessons and activities can be adjusted to meet individual and group needs. Special poster and writing contests are often offered to Ashland County residents throughout the year. Composting field trips can be scheduled for those interested in learning more about the importance of composting.
We would love to come visit your school or Scout group, schedule a composting lesson or offer sound advise on Recycling. To learn more about the programs we offer please send questions to our Education Coordinator, Nancy Earick at email@example.com.
The Ashland County Solid Waste Management District (District) is responsible for providing education and awareness to its residents, businesses and school-age children on solid waste and recycling topics and curriculum. The District uses the “Windows on Waste” curriculum to guide presentations on recycling, waste reduction and reuse strategies for solid waste management.
To aid in providing these environmental education services, interested parties can complete the following environmental education services request form.
Once completed and submitted, the District’s Environmental Educator will reach out to schedule the requested service.